I'm using the 100% Stacked Column chart visualization for my data. I have two groups of data organized by month. For example:
January Group A: 70%, Group B: 30%
February Group A: 60% Group B: 40%
March Group A: 50% Group B: 50%
X Axis is the Month and Y Axis is the Percentage
I need to hide the percentage values from Group B from the graph so that it shows Group A percentage rate on a monthly basis. However everytime I hide Group B the percentage calculation for Group A jumps to 100%. Any way to prevent this from happening. Struggling big time with figuring out a solution or workaround.
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Why don't you just use the normal stacked column chart with the Y axis fixed to range from 0 to 100. If your measures are percentages and always combine to 100% (when both used) then the two charts will be the same.
However in a normal stacked column, if you have your measures normalised to percentage, if you hide group B, then Group A shouldn't stretch to 100%
I have a table of data where the records can be divided up into Group A and Group B. My PowerBI chart is calculating the percentage that belongs to each group for each month.
When I switch to a normal stacked chart then it just shows the total count of records for Group A and Group B for any given month. I'm looking for the percentages.
PERFECT! This worked! I get the percentage value by creating a measure. These can now be displayed on a standard stacked column or line chart without any filtering issues.
My chart displays numbers with a single decimal place. Is there any way to append a "%" sign to the calculated values shown on the chart and two decimal places?
Hi, Can you show how to do the calculated measure? I am facing the same issue. To hide part of a stacked column without changing the overall percentage. Need help here. Thanks in advance
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