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Anonymous
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Show raw data in my line value chart

Hello,

 

I have a problem regarding the line and stacked column chart.

I currently have values in my "Column values" and I have a "Line values" that is my target. So basically I want to compare and see if my values are over my target value.

This is my date, I had to calculate my limit doing a calculated column :

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My goal is to have in my chart for each month the target value (so it should be an axis on the value 809,997 for the year 2023 for example) problem is that it is summarizing my target values, so the line that is showing is the sum of all these values :

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I obviously already tried to apply the "Don't summarize" for this chart, when it is in general then I have the Count instead of the raw date and when I try to change only for this visual I don't have the option "Don't summarize" :

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I already saw a lot of topics regarding this problem but still havn't figured my problem out. If it is not enough clear or detailed please let me know.

 

Thanks.

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v-jingzhang
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Hi @Anonymous 

 

From your table, every month in the same year shares the same IDC limit. So when you add it to "Line values", you can use "Average" or "Minimum" or "Maximum" instead of the default "Sum". This will return the single IDC limit value you want. The option "Don't summarize" is not available here as the line value requires an aggregated result. 

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Jing
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v-jingzhang
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Anonymous 

 

From your table, every month in the same year shares the same IDC limit. So when you add it to "Line values", you can use "Average" or "Minimum" or "Maximum" instead of the default "Sum". This will return the single IDC limit value you want. The option "Don't summarize" is not available here as the line value requires an aggregated result. 

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Jing
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