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jslade
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Have Beginning Month in Line Chart Be Month Selected in Slicer

I'm looking to sort my line chart by the As Of Date slicer in the screenshot below.  I'm trying to do a year over year comparision, so I can't really pull the year into the chart. When the user picks 7/15 for the As Of Date slicer I want Jul to be the first month in the line chart with Jan showing as the last month (it is technically 2023).  I am returning 6 mo of data, so this works great when the user picks Jan thru June, but as soon as they pick a Jul, Aug, Sep, etc for the As Of Date it starts sorting incorrectly. 

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jslade
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I was able to get this to work by creating a few extra columns to my Fact table.  


I created 

MonthName = FORMAT(DATE(1, MONTH(FactDOR[Date]), 1), "MMM")
 
Month Sort = IF(MONTH(FactDOR[As Of Date]) < 7, MONTH(FactDOR[Date]), IF(MONTH(FactDOR[As Of Date]) >= 7 && MONTH(FactDOR[Date]) >= 7, MONTH(FactDOR[Date]) - 6, MONTH(FactDOR[Date]) + 6))
 
and then 
Month Sort Name = IF(MONTH(FactDOR[As Of Date]) < 7, FactDOR[MonthName], IF(MONTH(FactDOR[As Of Date]) >= 7 && MONTH(FactDOR[Date]) >= 7, FactDOR[MonthName], FactDOR[MonthName]))
 
I was then able to sort the Month Sort Name by the Month Sort column and the month selected in my slicer is now the first month in my line/ bar charts.

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jslade
Frequent Visitor

I was able to get this to work by creating a few extra columns to my Fact table.  


I created 

MonthName = FORMAT(DATE(1, MONTH(FactDOR[Date]), 1), "MMM")
 
Month Sort = IF(MONTH(FactDOR[As Of Date]) < 7, MONTH(FactDOR[Date]), IF(MONTH(FactDOR[As Of Date]) >= 7 && MONTH(FactDOR[Date]) >= 7, MONTH(FactDOR[Date]) - 6, MONTH(FactDOR[Date]) + 6))
 
and then 
Month Sort Name = IF(MONTH(FactDOR[As Of Date]) < 7, FactDOR[MonthName], IF(MONTH(FactDOR[As Of Date]) >= 7 && MONTH(FactDOR[Date]) >= 7, FactDOR[MonthName], FactDOR[MonthName]))
 
I was then able to sort the Month Sort Name by the Month Sort column and the month selected in my slicer is now the first month in my line/ bar charts.
jslade
Frequent Visitor

Here are some screenshots of the data.  I've been playing with my FactDOR table and I got the sort order that I need in the Month Sort column.  However, since it changes for each As Of Date I cannot sort the Month Name by it. 

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v-yadongf-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @jslade ,

 

Can you share with me some screenshots of your data after hiding sensitive information?

Thanks for your efforts & time in advance.

 

Best regards,

Yadong Fang

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