Sorry for multiple questions – I have spent a long time looking for answers to these before posting. Thanks in advance for you time and patience.
I have below a section of a larger nested if() statement that I'm using as a measure on a line graph. What I am trying to do is to use the dual() function assign a text and numeric value to each average. I would like to plot my graph according to the numeric value, but have the labels show the text string. Is this possible?
if(avg([Diff Value])<11.6 and avg([Diff Value])>=11.4,dual('5.11b', 11.4),
if(avg([Diff Value])<11.8 and avg([Diff Value])>=11.6,dual('5.11c',11.6),
if(avg([Diff Value])<12 and avg([Diff Value])>=11.8,dual('5.11d',11.8),
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I'm not sure – how to you make it report the text string as a label? It works to use the numeric value to create an average, but the label for each data point and the axis are also numeric values and not the text string.
Is what I want to do possible, or will the text string only show up in a table or some other place that expects strings?
Here is what I was working with – this is just some made up data, but it is the actual implementation I was looking for. Specifically in the top left combo chart, I would like the average grade climbed to be calculated using the nested if()s, but was hoping to use the text string as a label.