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Graphing - non summarized field being used as a riser label

Graphing - non summarized field being used as a riser label

Graphing - non summarized field being used as a riser label

Hi All,

We are looking to print a side by side graph for a monthly value compared to the same month last year. This has been completed based on two change of fields (formulas for the year and month of the date field we are graphing), our issue is we want the data labels for each riser to specify a value which has not been summarized within the chart expert.

Graphing sum of revenue month over month for a two year date range in side by side format. We want the number of days in the revenue period displayed above each months riser, not the revenue value represented by the riser.

Can this be done?


RE: Graphing - non summarized field being used as a riser label

I think this is possible by making it part of a formula that you use for your 'on change of'. See a description of the method here:

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