Power BI Desktop Trend Lines

Koen Verbeeck explains the conditions necessary to see a trend line in Power BI Desktop:

A quick blog post on finding where the trend line is hiding in Power BI Desktop. Docs will state it is in the analytics pane for certain types of visualization. However, it doesn’t always show up:

Click through to see what the necessary pre-conditions to see a trend line.

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