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1. The KPI shown below is displaying with an indicator of [Sales $], a Trend Axis of [Year] and a Target Goal of [Budget]. How is it possible that the value is showing as positive, when the chart plainly shows that the Sales trend has gone down?
The [Sales $] measure is greater than the [Budget $] measure
It is impossible to say without looking at the formulae for both measures
The color pallet has been modified to show decreases in green instead of red
2. When looking at an annual trend, why is this Indicator in the KPI not showing the $5.2m?
The $5.2m is showing, and will always do so. It is the total of the data peaks in the shaded area
The Indicator only ever shows the most recent data point
The author configured the KPI to only show the last data point for the Indicator field
3. What observations can you make about the following KPI?
The color palette for the visual has been configured to show in grey instead of red and green
No field was included for the Target Goal
The KPI uses a different field than the [Sales $] shown in the table
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