I'm trying to get a trending average for a graph I created, but I used a (month/year) for a x axis and I'm having a hard time figuring out how.
The X is a Month/Year and the Y is a simple SUM for that month.
I believe it's a measure, but not quite sure how to get a running average to show say a trend (as the sum gets lower the average should be lower too).
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Hi @Anonymous ,
Please kindly refer to:
How to Add a Trend Line in Power BI Chart
Where’s the Trend Line in Power BI Desktop?
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Share the link from where i can download your PBI file.
Maybe the trendlines which are already available in bar chart will help you.
There is one called 'Average Line'. Image below
Thanks for the built in function, I have trewnds which will work (I'll look deeper in that) but I was thinking it would look something similiar to this (As you can tell I'm not doing so great with getting the correct values) -
Maybe the following 2 links will give you additional info regarding the moving average:
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