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locnguyenfs
Calcite | Level 5

Hello,

I saw one of these machine event graph and would like to know how to make one. There are different machines that are on the y-axis. Machines will also have different states such as production, standby, and downtime. They will be horizontally stacked by time which is the x-axis.

 

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FredrikE
Rhodochrosite | Level 12

Hi!

You can create something similiar by using a bar chart.

 

Create a calculated measure with value 1 and add to the bar chart as measure.

Add your time dimension to the bar chart as categoy.

group the bar chart (rows) on your machine (or what you use), as in yourexample grd_a and grd_b.

Create calculated measures for each of your statAcronym

Create a display rule for each of the measures.

Could look something like this:

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BR

Fredrik

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