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Hours AM PM to be put in the values of line chart

Dear Teachers and Friends

May I ask something about showing in the way of Hours AM PM to be put in the values of line chart? It can be easily carried out in Excel and I still have no ways to create it Power BI. Please kindly see the attached photo for the clarification of question as it is easy to describe in photo and could you kindly suggest me how to do it?

Thank you.

Best Regards
Khin Kye Sin

Hi @KhinKyeSin. Many time fields should be available in your time dimension, including AM/PM. Here’s something from the M Code Showcase category that might help:

Give that a try. If not, peruse the thread as it may have more details that might be of use.
Greg

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Hi Greg

Thank you so much for your guidance.

Unfortunately, I tried and tried to get the simple graph which can be easily done in Excel but it didn’t work out in Power BI still.

May I attached the file and I want to get simply ID number in X axis and AM PM trend in Y axis?

Would you kindly just check the file?

Highly Appreciate your kind help.

Thank you.

Best Regards
Khin Kye SinPutting AM and PM in the table.pbix (55.3 KB)

Hi @KhinKyeSin

Unfortunately Power BI doesn’t support Time Period on the “Y” axis. Only solution I can think of is to convert the time into decimal value and use on chart.

Time Key Actual = FORMAT(Sheet1[Actual Time], “hhmm”)/100

Thanks
Ankit Jain

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thank you so much guys.@ankit @Greg

Very noted.

Hi @KhinKyeSin

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