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Jorge_Dier
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Graph a Clustered bar chart graph in which the next step starts where the previous one ends

Hi guys, I need your help to create the same clustered bar chart with a different starting point. The steps are already ordered following an index, the values are calculated with 1 measure "Q1", I need a chart in which the next step starts where the previous one ends instead of all starting from the same starting point 0.

Jorge_Dier_0-1643404126158.png

I'm looking for something like the chart below, hope you can understand my issue with this chart

Jorge_Dier_1-1643404277492.png

 

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mahoneypat
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You can follow the approach demonstrated in this video, using one measure for the current value and the second that calculates the cumulative total for all categories "below" the current one (you would need a way to rank them, either with a column or measure).

 

Alternatively, you could explore a Waterfall chart.

 

PROJECT MANAGEMENT in Power BI? Create a GANTT CHART from a bar chart | NO CUSTOM VISUAL solution - ...

 

Pat





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mahoneypat
Employee
Employee

You can follow the approach demonstrated in this video, using one measure for the current value and the second that calculates the cumulative total for all categories "below" the current one (you would need a way to rank them, either with a column or measure).

 

Alternatively, you could explore a Waterfall chart.

 

PROJECT MANAGEMENT in Power BI? Create a GANTT CHART from a bar chart | NO CUSTOM VISUAL solution - ...

 

Pat





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Thanks Pat

 

Both ways are working, however, I chose the waterfall chart solution because I don't have stamp dates as staring or end points, I just have the total duration time per step, then waterfall chart is workin perfect.

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