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Line Chart, Target Vs Actual

Hi everyone,


I am trying to plot a line chart with 2 lines. One showing the Target, the other showing actual, of an item through a manufacturing line. Filterable by a Shop Floor Code slicer.


The target is in its own table, and only has 2 datapoints, its the start date, at step 0, and the end date at the final step, e.g. 2340.


The actual has its own table, and has many many datapoints, whenever manufacturing operators log a step as complete, it adds a new datapoint detailing the date, and the step number completed in amongst a whole load of other data! 


I can get them working in independant line charts, but when I start try and put them onto 1 line chart, some weird things start happening. 


Below is the Target Line chart;




And below is the actual line chart



When I try to put them onto the same chart, I get the below;



I am also using a custom date table. 


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Hi, apologies for the delay - here is a link to some sample data, and a sample report showing what I have tried to do:


All you need is a data model.




Thank you!! I did have the data model setup... just incorrectly. I didnt make a separate table for shop orders. 🙂 


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