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mtassone
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Need Help Modeling Data - Revenue Planned to Actual Revenue in One Graph

Hi - am not sure how to model the below tables in order to Show both revenue planned and revenue actual by Department name and date. Have dates and department name in both the revenue planned and actual revenue tables.

 

Revenue planned = revenue planned 

Billable amount = Actual revenue

 

Not entirely sure how to model the data to show what I need in the visualization. I also not married to the current model below as it is not working. Any help will do. Thank you.

Want to cross reference both dates and department names in both tables to show them in one line graph.

 

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v-qiuyu-msft
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Hi @mtassone,

 

You can create a relationship between Rev Planned and Date table based on Date, then drag date column from Date table to the chart X-axis to show the actual and planned revenue.

 

If it doesn't work,please share dummy data for us to test.

 

Best Regards,
Qiuyun Yu

Community Support Team _ Qiuyun Yu
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