In my dataset, I have 2 fields "Total Charges", & "Unique Roamers":
In my 100% Stacked Column Chart, I show both the fields as Values for each Country:
I want to have a selection to show only "Total Charges", or "Unique Roamers", or both by default.
Since they both are not values of a field, I don't think Slicer can work.
Can I have something like a toggle button or some way of selection and reflect that in the chart i.e. Show only "Total Charges", or "Unique Roamers", or both if none is selected.
How can I accomplish this ?
Thanks for any help.
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@td_beginner Hope this video will help you understand the concept : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HTF7Ph7Eqc
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@td_beginner If you select one field then you will see 100% for all the countries, I am not sure what is the purpose of a 100% stacked column chart. You can create 3 Bookmarks where you will create three charts with each scenario.
Thanks @Fowmy Actually, I wasn't able to add both values; it worked using 100% Column chart, so I went with that.
Yes you are right, if I want ot change it to single column, it shouldn't be 100% col chart. I am not restricted to use 100% col chart.
What do you mean by bookmarks for each scenario ?
This is a nice way, @Fowmy Thanks for sharing this new concept.
I am concerned about 2 things with this concept:
1. Always I would be having 3 charts loaded with data (though only 1 will be visible). If so, would this affect the performance ?
2. When any of the other chart is shown, will it load data based on any slicers selected ?
Can you help with my concerns?
Do you see any other solution or way to achieve this?
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