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You have a clustered bar chart that contains a measure named Salary as the value and a field named Employee as the axis. Salary is present in the data as numerical amount representing US dollars.
You need to create a reference line to show which employees are above the median salary.
Solution: You create an average line by using the Salary measure.
Does this meet the goal?
A . Yes
B . No
Instead create a percentile line by using the Salary measure and set the percentile to 50%.
Note: The 50th percentile is also known as the median or middle value where 50 percent of observations fall below.