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Anonymous
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Min/Max Avaerage column chart

Hello All, 

 

I am trying to create a min, max, and average column chart; I have seen an existing solution using stock charts for the min/max but that requires the use of dates.  I am trying to create a visual shown below; that uses categories along the x-axis.

  

I have tried a box-whisker plot also, but it is not entirely relevant based on my data-set. 

 

Thanks.

 

 

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@Anonymous

 

See the pbix file here containing the chart with your sample data


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Zubair

Please try my custom visuals

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v-huizhn-msft
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Hi @Anonymous,

You'd better post your sample data and desired result, so that we can share detailed solution which is close to your requirement. It's really hard to reproduce your scenario without sample data.

Thanks,
Angelia

Anonymous
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Hi  @v-huizhn-msft

 

Apologies, I have attached the sample data.  The idea is the minimum value will stem from the relevant minimum value within the category, rather than the minimum of the entire data set. 

 

OneDrive Link

 

Thanks.

Hi @Anonymous

 

Try "Line and stacked column chart"

 

Put the Min and Max in Column values

Put the average in Line Values

Uncolor the Min Column

 

 

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Regards
Zubair

Please try my custom visuals

@Anonymous

 

See the pbix file here containing the chart with your sample data


Regards
Zubair

Please try my custom visuals

This is a poor solution, as the shaded area representing the range between min and max does not align correctly on the Y-axis. The stacked chart causes the top of the shaded area to be the sum of min + max instead of just showing the max. This is such a common visualization, I can't believe there isn't a supported way to do this.

@Anonymous

 

I only know this technique.

 

Hopefully someone will point out a better solution


Regards
Zubair

Please try my custom visuals
Anonymous
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Perfect!  It makes sense; Thank you for your efforts. 

Anonymous
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That is what I am using currently, like abusing the stacked and line chart, but it is a not really a "true" representation, correct?

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