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deepak91g Regular Visitor
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Best way to present %age data

Please suggest me to best way to aggregate percentage data around a category.

 

Data sample is here

 

Year% of PlayersEthnicity% of WAR
194798.30%White99.90%
194898.50%White97.60%
194996.60%White93.90%
195095.30%White91.00%
195194.30%White86.70%
195294.40%White88.30%
195393.30%White87.30%
195490.70%White85.20%
195589.80%White82.20%
195688.20%White81.80%
195788.10%White82.80%
195886.70%White79.90%
195984.80%White78.00%
196082.30%White79.50%
196182.60%White74.60%
196281.90%White71.30%
196380.10%White70.40%
196479.30%White68.60%
196578.30%White64.40%
196676.90%White63.60%
196775.60%White67.40%
196873.80%White64.50%
196974.40%White63.20%
197073.70%White66.80%
197173.90%White66.00%
197272.90%White64.90%
197371.60%White66.00%
197471.10%White66.80%
197571.30%White65.00%
197670.50%White66.10%
197770.70%White62.30%
197871.30%White67.80%
197971.40%White67.90%
198071.10%White66.70%
198170.10%White66.70%
198270.40%White66.60%
198370.30%White65.00%
198469.60%White66.80%
198570.30%White66.90%
198670.00%White69.50%
198769.90%White67.80%
198868.20%White68.70%
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Re: Best way to present %age data

Hi deepak91g,

 

To present your report, you can use line chart which can express relationship between “% of players” and “% of wars” easily like below:

1252521551.PNG

If you want to use aggregation, I recommend you to use DAX formula like countx().

 

To make aggregation meaningful, one option is calculating count values. For example, we can count how many % of Players values greater than 95% within each Ethnicity group.

 

If you want to achieve different requirements, could you please provide more details about your requirements?

 

Best Regards,

Jimmy Tao

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Community Support Team
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Re: Best way to present %age data

Hi deepak91g,

 

To present your report, you can use line chart which can express relationship between “% of players” and “% of wars” easily like below:

1252521551.PNG

If you want to use aggregation, I recommend you to use DAX formula like countx().

 

To make aggregation meaningful, one option is calculating count values. For example, we can count how many % of Players values greater than 95% within each Ethnicity group.

 

If you want to achieve different requirements, could you please provide more details about your requirements?

 

Best Regards,

Jimmy Tao

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deepak91g Regular Visitor
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Re: Best way to present %age data

Hi  : With the help of bullet chart, i was able to figure out the correct usage of percentage data in my viz . Thanks a lot for your answer, it gave me an idea to get started.


wrote:

Hi deepak91g,

 

To present your report, you can use line chart which can express relationship between “% of players” and “% of wars” easily like below:

1252521551.PNG

If you want to use aggregation, I recommend you to use DAX formula like countx().

 

To make aggregation meaningful, one option is calculating count values. For example, we can count how many % of Players values greater than 95% within each Ethnicity group.

 

If you want to achieve different requirements, could you please provide more details about your requirements?

 

Best Regards,

Jimmy Tao


 

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