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andreazambon
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Filtering data using graph column.

Hi there. 

 

I?m actually courious to kown if I can filter data simply selecting a column of a graph. 

 

I have 2 graphs, one with events name in X-axis, and double values:

-Duration of events in columns

-numbers of events in a row.

 

andreazambon_0-1666274389841.png

 

 

In the second one, I have the same informations but with weeks in X-axis.

 

Actually, if I select a event in the first graph, this is what happens: as you can see, it actually filter the data but not in the way that I need:

 

andreazambon_1-1666274472894.png

 

What I need, by selecting a column, is this (in the second graph):

andreazambon_2-1666274536302.png

 

Now i just use a filter view to do the job, but will be easier with column selection.

 

 

Is that possible?

 

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Shaurya
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Hi @andreazambon,

 

In your case, the interactions between the visuals are set to highlight. You can use columns as filter by going to Format->Edit Interactions and changing the interaction type to Filter.

 

Did I answer your question? Mark this post as a solution if I did!
Consider taking a look at my blog: How to Export Telemetry Data from Azure IoT Central into Power BI

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Shaurya
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Memorable Member

Hi @andreazambon,

 

In your case, the interactions between the visuals are set to highlight. You can use columns as filter by going to Format->Edit Interactions and changing the interaction type to Filter.

 

Did I answer your question? Mark this post as a solution if I did!
Consider taking a look at my blog: How to Export Telemetry Data from Azure IoT Central into Power BI

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