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Luis98
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Descomposition tree

Hi!

 

I have this table:

ID Tracking_ID Date Phase
1 1 01/01/2022 Phase  1
2 1 01/03/2022

 

Phase 2

3 1 01/05/2022 Phase 3
10 1 01/09/2022 Phase 4
4 2 01/01/2022 Phase 1
5 2 01/05/2022 Phase 3
6 3 01/03/2022 Phase 1
7 4 01/05/2022 Phase 1
8 5 01/05/2022 Phase 1
9 5 01/07/2022 Phase 2

 

From this table i want to get a graph like this:

Luis98_0-1669740895811.png

Is this graph posible? Its such as a decomposition tree 

 

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v-rongtiep-msft
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Hi @Luis98 ,

You can get the tree from visual>>get more visuals. You can get the visual you want .vpollymsft_0-1669773356455.png

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