Wondering why I’m unable to see the costs on the Stacked Column chart @ the week ending level as I can in the table beside it. Any idea? See attached snippet please!
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Dummy Data.pbix (1.5 MB)
Here is my file. See week ending Work Tab - why doesn’t the week show?
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Thank You for posting your query onto the Forum and for providing the working of the PBIX file for the reference.
So you want to see the dates in other charts like you’re seeing it in a table visual i.e. “Week Ending”. This is actually simple to achieve. Below are the steps provided for the reference -
1). Select the visual that you want to convert into a “Week Ending” category.
2). Go to the “Format” section. That is, select the “Paint Roller” icon.
3). Go to the “X axis” option.
4). Now, under the “Type” section change the option from “Continuous” to “Categorical” and once you change this option now you’ll be able to see the selected chart in the form of “Week Ending” categories.
Below is the screenshot of the final results provided for the reference -
I’m also attaching the working of the PBIX file for the reference as well.
Hoping you find this useful and meets your requirements that you’ve been looking for.
Thanks and Warm Regards,
Dummy Data - Harsh.pbix (1.4 MB)
Thanks so much Harsh!