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GIvanov
Frequent Visitor

Scatter chart and multiple data series

I am new to the Power BI and I want to create a scatter chart with two date series. Each one should have a different color.

The first one has the columns: X1, Y1

The second one: X2, Y2

My table contains four columns X1, Y1, X2 and Y2.

I fail with inserting the second data series to the scatter chart. The only idea I have got is to make two transparent diagrams overeach other.

 

Thank you,

 

 

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v-tangjie-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @GIvanov ,

 

According to your description, here are my steps you can follow as a solution.

(1) This is my test data. 

vtangjiemsft_0-1686279334061.png

(2)Click "transform data" to enter the power query editor, then select [y1] and [y2] columns, click to transpose other columns, then select [Attribute] and [Value] columns, click to transpose other columns, and then click close and apply.

vtangjiemsft_1-1686279691334.pngvtangjiemsft_2-1686279716579.pngvtangjiemsft_3-1686279742890.png

(3)We can create a calculated column.

Legend = SWITCH(TRUE(),
AND(CONTAINSSTRING('Table'[Attribute-x],1) ,CONTAINSSTRING('Table'[Attribute-y],1)),1,
AND(CONTAINSSTRING('Table'[Attribute-x],2) ,CONTAINSSTRING('Table'[Attribute-y],2)),2)

(4)Then we can create a table.

Table 2 = FILTER('Table','Table'[Legend]=1 || 'Table'[Legend]=2)

(5) Then the result is as follows.

vtangjiemsft_4-1686280010194.png

Best Regards,

Neeko Tang

If this post  helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution  to help the other members find it more quickly. 

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v-tangjie-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @GIvanov ,

 

According to your description, here are my steps you can follow as a solution.

(1) This is my test data. 

vtangjiemsft_0-1686279334061.png

(2)Click "transform data" to enter the power query editor, then select [y1] and [y2] columns, click to transpose other columns, then select [Attribute] and [Value] columns, click to transpose other columns, and then click close and apply.

vtangjiemsft_1-1686279691334.pngvtangjiemsft_2-1686279716579.pngvtangjiemsft_3-1686279742890.png

(3)We can create a calculated column.

Legend = SWITCH(TRUE(),
AND(CONTAINSSTRING('Table'[Attribute-x],1) ,CONTAINSSTRING('Table'[Attribute-y],1)),1,
AND(CONTAINSSTRING('Table'[Attribute-x],2) ,CONTAINSSTRING('Table'[Attribute-y],2)),2)

(4)Then we can create a table.

Table 2 = FILTER('Table','Table'[Legend]=1 || 'Table'[Legend]=2)

(5) Then the result is as follows.

vtangjiemsft_4-1686280010194.png

Best Regards,

Neeko Tang

If this post  helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution  to help the other members find it more quickly. 

I needed few hours to understand how it works, but it really works. Thank you.

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