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Advocate I
Advocate I

Create chart with multiple series

Hello,

 

I'm trying to create a graph which has two series (one for each site) and shows the total in each area.

 

I can create this easily in excel using a pivot table, see attached.

 

I can create two seperate graphs to group the areas and show the count, same for the site.. using the formula below.

 

ClearCollect(BusinessSumDS,GroupBy(Table1,"Business_x0020_Area","Business")); ClearCollect(BusinessSum, AddColumns(BusinessSumDS, "Sum of Business Area", Sum(Business, Count)));

 

ClearCollect(SiteSumDS,GroupBy(Table1,"Site","Sites")); ClearCollect(SiteSum, AddColumns(SiteSumDS, "Sum of Site", Sum(Sites, Count)));

Graph.PNGTable 1.PNG

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Kudo Commander
Kudo Commander

Re: Create chart with multiple series

I wonder whether it would be easier to embed a PowerBI tile into your PowerApp containing the graph you require. 

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