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Helper III
Helper III

Multiple date hierarchies on the same visual

Hi experts,


I want to have a bar visual that shows multiple date hierarchies on X axis. For instance, on the left, it shows aggregated data by 2019/Q4 and then by month Jan, Feb, and Mar,  after that it shows week1, week2, week3 of April and then shows by day up until latest day.


How do I model data to be able to visual like that?  Is it possible in Power BI?





Post Prodigy
Post Prodigy

@kitti  Have you explored Matrix with data bars? It may not be exactly what you are looking for, but probably comes close. 

Super User
Super User

@kitti yes it can be achieved but not going to be straight forward, it is going through a table and DAX. A fun thing to do though. Send me sample data and lets if I can spend time to do it.


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