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Fix Y-axis scale in Radar Chart (Scale must be set 95%-100)

Hello, 

 

I would like to ask for your help in changing my Y axis scale in my Radar Chart.

On below graph, my values only ranges from 90%-100% and it is not comparable in this visual. Can I set or fix my scale to 95%-100%. I can't use any paid visual since im posting this in powerbi service. 

 

I only have 1 dimension and 1 measure for this. 

 

 

radar.png

 

Thank you! 

 

 

 

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@icdns - Use an Axis shift of .9 under Display settings. 


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@icdns , This one from partner, Bit not sure of options you are looking for

https://xviz.com/blogs/xviz-radar-polar-chart-power-bi-custom-visual-key-features/

Hello, 

 

Tried using that before but it requires license after posting it in PowerBI Service.

 

Thanks

@icdns - Use an Axis shift of .9 under Display settings. 


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@icdns - Did the Axis shift get you what you wanted?


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Hi Sir @Greg_Deckler , 

 

I tried changing the axis shift from 0 to .9 and yet there were no changes with the ranges. 

 

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@icdns - Hmm, so odd, it worked great for me:

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Hi, @Greg_Deckler , 

 

This is my set raw data.. and it didn't work 😞

 

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@icdns Set your Axis shift to your lowest value

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Hi @Greg_Deckler ,

 

Thanks a lot! but It is kinda weird, it is working if my values is in decimal form, but when I convert it to percentage, its again not working. Is it possible if i display it to percentage form?

 

Decimal Form: 

 

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Percentage Form: 

icdns_1-1599444919367.png

 

 

@icdns Honestly, no idea! I didn't write the thing! 🙂 That is weird though.


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No worries, @Greg_Deckler , Thank you so much! Will try to work on your solution and update this thread 🙂 

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by the way im using the Radar Chart 2.0.2 in this visual. 

 

Thanks! 

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