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Rosie64
Regular Visitor

convert simple Excel chart into Power BI

Hi,

I'm trying to recreate an Excel Table in Power Bi - never thought it would seem so complex to create something so simple - maybe its just because I am a novice.  Anyway, trying to get Three different stages for documents monitored over four quarters of the year - with trendline for target.  Simple right?  Not for me - here is the chart in Excel and the data - please tell me what I am doing wrong - I get the chart created etc but maybe my data points in the imported Excel are wrong?  no idea. Thank you in advance!

 Q1Q2Q3Q4
Document Revised130140
Approved0352750
Remaining Documents4220145
Target13274155

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SivaMani
Resident Rockstar
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@Rosie64, Yes, it is doable.

 

You may need a measure for Target,

Target = CALCULATE(
     SUM('Table'[Value]),
     'Table'[Type] = "Target"
)

 

Add the category to the column legend property and exclude Target at the visual level filter, add value column to column y-axis and the target measure to Line y-axis

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