I'm trying to use the Multi-Period Projection in chart properties to project the next 3 periods.
Projection Period Count: 3
Project Using: Linear Regression Recent Periods
Projection Controls: Show
The calendar is set to current year. When I set to graph by day, it will show me 3 days in advance (remainder of today and the next 2 days). But when I set the calendar to graph by week (and still keep the projection period at 3) it will only show me 1 week in advance (remainder of current week).
I thought maybe that, even though it is graphed by week, that the projection period count was still thinking by day, and that that's why I wasn't getting more than the remainder of the current week. So I changed 3 to higher numbers, but still it only showed the remainder of this week.
I also do not see the + and - buttons like I thought I would, even though I have it set to "show"
My X Axis is the date column, and my Y axis is a distinct count beastmode. I'm not sure if this is relevant information or not.
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