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diegoadum
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Helper I

Show max and min info inside a line chart

Hi folks, any guidance on where I can find a visual on which I can show the max and the min value of each data point on the X-axis on the line chart? I'm looking to reproduce something like the image below

 

diegoadum_0-1636208291113.png

 

Thanks in advance!!

 

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AlexisOlson
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Super User

Adding max and min lines should be too bad but shading the region between them is tougher.

 

You might be able to do it as a stacked area chart by stacking min, avg - min, and max - avg and coloring min white/transparent.

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KerKol
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You could try doing what @AlexisOlson suggested, with a video tutorial here:

Visualization HACK you wish you knew before... DYNAMIC BENCHMARK RANGE in Power BI - YouTube





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KerKol
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Super User

You could try doing what @AlexisOlson suggested, with a video tutorial here:

Visualization HACK you wish you knew before... DYNAMIC BENCHMARK RANGE in Power BI - YouTube





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AlexisOlson
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Super User

Adding max and min lines should be too bad but shading the region between them is tougher.

 

You might be able to do it as a stacked area chart by stacking min, avg - min, and max - avg and coloring min white/transparent.

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