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C_Golen
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi to All,

I'm using a Gauge object to compare to measurements (Realized Value and Expected Value) I want to change the upper and lower limits when I change the corporation (unique groups or categories of this metric). But the limits don't change therefore I can't see the pointers of gauge (Speedometer) because it is way much lower than the maximum value for specific category values.

 

 

For example, I want to change the limits to 0-50 for only this category. It doesn't need to be pre-defined. I just need these limits to be dynamic.

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Madelyn_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

You could put individual gauges in a stack container, with each gauge having its own limits and filtered for a specific value. You could change the style for the navigational tools to buttons. 

 

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Madelyn_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

You could put individual gauges in a stack container, with each gauge having its own limits and filtered for a specific value. You could change the style for the navigational tools to buttons. 

 

Madelyn_SAS_0-1636405982371.png

 

C_Golen
Obsidian | Level 7

Thanks for the creative idea @Madelyn_SAS . I have a lot of sub-segments which means that there are too many buttons. However, it may work. I'll try and give feedback.

C_Golen
Obsidian | Level 7

Unfortunately, it isn't possible to integrate that idea into my report due to my data (I have 200 sub-segment for the gauge object)

I will note that idea for the future. Thx! 👍

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