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    Dashbored where he take stairs

    Hello All

    Please I need your help in accomplishing this challenge. i am trying to make a dynamic chart where a business man take steps in a stairs

    i have built the steps chart but from simple table but i don't know how to link investors table to this chart.
    in the dashboard i made a slicer for the name list of investor and i want to be able when i press the investor name to show me which stage he at in the stairs chart

    i have attached the chart for more explanation...
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    Lets say investor : Company 1 he is in procurement Stage .


    It should automatic write 3 in # for man running column


    and in chart reflect the business man picture in procurement stage

    Stages # for steps # for Stages # for man Running
    Register 0 1
    DS due diligence 1 1
    hold/cancelled 2 1
    Procurement DD 3 1 3
    prefeasibility 4 1
    business case 5 1
    Graduated 6 1

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    Please i Need your help guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by snb View Post
    I understand that the OP asked for very broad and involved project that most likely won't get an answer here for free, but that wasn't particularly helpful
    Paul

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