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Anonymous
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Summaries detection anomaly function

Hello everyone ! 

Here is my problem: I would like to be able to reuse the results found with the "anomaly detection" function of Power BI to make calendar summaries for example :

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An Excel example of what I would like to have as a synthesis:

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Thank you in advance,

Joël

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v-yiruan-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

You can refer the content in the following links to set anomaly detection for the line chart. What you want to get finally is to get the total number of anomaly detection data points per year?

Anomaly detection (preview)

Anomaly Detection in Power BI

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Community Support Team _ Rena
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Anonymous
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Hello @v-yiruan-msft ,

Yes for example per year or per month. In fact, I would like to be able to treat the number of anomalies detected as measurements in order to make analyses (Example of analysis: In January 2020 I had 12 anomalies and in January 2021 I had 53).

Thank you in advance,

Joël

Hi @Anonymous ,

I am afraid this cannot be achieved at present. Detection anomalies are derived using algorithms in the backedn and are aimed at the current visual. The gotten data does not exist in the table, so we can't get the data to count their number...

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Community Support Team _ Rena
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