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    John Gardner (msft) commented  · 

    It is possible to do this by doing your analytics query inside a workbook, and then using the column settings in the workbook to customize that column however you like. in particular, there is a "thresholds" column renderer that lets you pick colors or icons for specific values or ranges of values.

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