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RafaelAnnibale1
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How Can I Replicated this Visual in PBI

I'm creating a visual to replicate some information and i'm having problems on how to replicate the informations i want. Like in order etc... 

I've created this visual in PBI with information as example, but the visual is what i want to replicate with the info i have inside PBI Desktop. 

I have this Variance already, but can't find this option as visual. 

RafaelAnnibale1_0-1692633554502.png

 

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@RafaelAnnibale1 Well, that's a clustered column visual at its core. You can simply invert the range for the Y-axis to get positive below and negative on top.


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@RafaelAnnibale1 Sorry, what is the ask here? I'm not following.


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I've this visual: 

RafaelAnnibale1_1-1692635385858.png

 

 

And i want to organize it this way: 

RafaelAnnibale1_2-1692635409059.png
The question is, how i do it? It need to be organized from (-) Negative is show above and (+) Positive is show below. The thing is. I dont know how to create what visual to choose to replicate the visual above




 

 

@RafaelAnnibale1 Well, that's a clustered column visual at its core. You can simply invert the range for the Y-axis to get positive below and negative on top.


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