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zpaul_010 Regular Visitor
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How to make a percentage target line using Line and stacked column chart?

So, Im trying to create a Line and stacked column chart of each technician and their pending status. So I want to show them on the chart and also incorporate our target which is 5% of the total

 

x-axis = technician field

column series = PendinStatus field (open, close)

target line= is 5% of each technician's total request

 

This means that target line should be relative to technician's number of closed request. 

 

Can anyone help me with the target line computation? Im really new to this so kinda slow. 

 

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fhill Established Member
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Re: How to make a percentage target line using Line and stacked column chart?

 

How's this for a Measure?

 

5% = CALCULATE(COUNT(Table1[Status]), ALL(Table1)) * .95

This will Count ALL Rows, then multiply by .95.

 

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fhill Established Member
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Re: How to make a percentage target line using Line and stacked column chart?

Can you give us some sample data, and even a mock-up of what you are looking for based on the data?  How do Open/Closed Pendin Status relate to each other, and are you looking for a Count or Sum of some data?

zpaul_010 Regular Visitor
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Re: How to make a percentage target line using Line and stacked column chart?

This is the graph I have so far. Pls dont mind the target line, that's why I posted here for. Capture3.PNG

 

 

 

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  basically, if the request status is closed or cancelled, the pending status is set to closed. 

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Lastly, i'm looking for the count of all data. 

 

 

 

fhill Established Member
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Re: How to make a percentage target line using Line and stacked column chart?

 

How's this for a Measure?

 

5% = CALCULATE(COUNT(Table1[Status]), ALL(Table1)) * .95

This will Count ALL Rows, then multiply by .95.

 

Capture.PNG

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fhill Established Member
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Re: How to make a percentage target line using Line and stacked column chart?

P.S. If you have a timeframe (or any other Slicer / Filters) on the data, you may need to use ALLEXCEPT instead of ALL to limit the data to any sliced data...

 

5% = CALCULATE(COUNT(Table1[Status]), ALLEXCEPT(table1,Table1[CreateDate])) * .95

zpaul_010 Regular Visitor
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Re: How to make a percentage target line using Line and stacked column chart?

Thanks. I applied the 5% on the Line values and it came as a straight line. 

How I envision it is, if one technician has taken 100 request, the 5% should be equal to 5, while for the other technician who completed 500 requests, his 5% should be 25.

 

Hence the target line should be relative to the technician's request count.

fhill Established Member
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Re: How to make a percentage target line using Line and stacked column chart?

ok, re-reading everything I understand.   Let me give it a try... FOrrest

fhill Established Member
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Re: How to make a percentage target line using Line and stacked column chart?

.... one more question...  "Wht's the big picture here..."...   I'm confused how a line WAY at the bottom of a stack (5%) is related here?  Are you trying to say, 5% of a tech's closed tickets are allowed to be open?  If so, I would imaging the stack with Closed and Open tickets, then the line = 105% of the closed total.  If the Open (tip) of each Stack goes ABOVE the line, they have too many open tickets compared to the 5% closed???

 

FOrrest

fhill Established Member
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Re: How to make a percentage target line using Line and stacked column chart?

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zpaul_010 Regular Visitor
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Re: How to make a percentage target line using Line and stacked column chart?

Thanks again fhill. This works for me. 

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