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How to do filtration on a pre-existing pivot table and generate graph Edited

I have a table that maps customers and the products they bought. I've made a pivot table that gives me the total product count of each customer. Now I want to make a graph from that pivot table, but I would want only those customers who have product count >=2 

Below is my graph and pivot table. As you can see, only Cust-1 and Cust-3 have product count >=2 and so, I only want those 2 customers to be listed in my graph. Cust-2 should not be displayed in the graph. How can I achieve this ???

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Hi @Sooraj S Padmanabhan,

Just apply a filter to the Pivot Table macro:

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Thanks, this helped.

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How are you doing this in Confluence?

May be my question wasn't clear enough. 

My table is as below. I generated a pivot table as you can see from my original post. And using "Chart from Table" macro, I generated a graph which lists all customers. But I only want those customers to be listed in the graph who has product count >=2 . I was asking how to achieve that. 
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Ah, ok.  Well that macro simply redisplays the contents of a table.  So remove the data that you don't want to see from the table, and the macro will render what you want.

Thanks. Could you suggest how to remove those unwanted data from the pivot table?

One method that I thought of was to apply table transformer on my pivot table and generate another table removing the unwanted customers and then generate the graph. But I'm not so familiar with table transformer macro, still checking on that. 

It's not clear how you are generating the table, so I'm not sure.

Where is it coming from?

This is a table that's manually created. Every time when a customer orders a product, we enter the record manually. And then pivot table will get automatically updated.

This is my current page. As you can see I generate pivot table based on customer and product. 
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