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madrid
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Stacked area chart with uneven date steps between two lines

Hi there,

I attempted to create a stacked area chart for two data series. However, the date intervals between the two series are uneven, preventing the desired stacking effect.
I'm curious if there's a quick solution to address this issue without having to normalize the dates for both series ?!

 

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Thank you!

Madrid

 

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v-rongtiep-msft
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Hi @madrid ,

Please pay attention to the Considerations.

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I don't know why you need to provide a reply that way. I understand the considerations for area charts. What I was asking is if there is a fast solution to overcome the issue with having uneven date steps between two series of data.

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