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sarahskelly
Contributor II
Contributor II

Graph

My graph has 12 months data and no blanks.

The dimension I have used is month and this is one of the key common variables (as I have loaded in 17 excel files).

All files are from March to Feb with no blanks so I don't understand why I am getting the extra data point after feb?

Can anyone help me with this please?

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vijetasharma
Specialist
Specialist

In dimension tab of your chart please check option suppress when value is null

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Chanty4u
Champion III
Champion III

can you convert that into stright table /pivot table  and see which row/column showing null

vijetasharma
Specialist
Specialist

In dimension tab of your chart please check option suppress when value is null

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sarahskelly
Contributor II
Contributor II
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Just figured it out and did this.

Thank you

venkatasreekant
Specialist
Specialist

Hi Sarah,

The expected reason is, when you join with multiple data sources, we will get this kind of data discrepancy. To resolve that,

In dimensions, Kindly checkmark the 'Suppress When Value is null" as shown in below snapshot.Capture1.PNG