Conditional Formatting With Power BI Line Charts

Daniil Maslyuk shows how to perform conditional formatting on a line chart in Power BI:

Have you ever wished you could change the line colour depending on the overall trend? For example, if your sales increase over time, the line is green; if there is a decline, then the lineĀ is red. While this functionality is not yet natively available in Power BI Desktop, it does not mean this cannot be done! In this article, I am going to show you how to achieve this effect.

Read on to see how he does it.

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