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karlosdsouza Regular Visitor
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Show % Change in power BI graph

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Is there a way to get the % change in the way it is being calculated above in power BI ?

Got to know that Tableau has this option..

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alsasloren Member
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Re: Show % Change in power BI graph

I use this chart when i want to show % change. Like compare current year and past year or another two dimension. You can compare just two dimension at the same time with this chart.

Actually thats not exactly what you are looking for but maybe work

you can get this on marketplace with search as "bar chart with relative variance"
https://appsource.microsoft.com/en-us/product/power-bi-visuals/WA104381912?src=office&tab=Overview

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Stachu Super Contributor
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Re: Show % Change in power BI graph

I don't get the question
do you want to know if it's possible to visualize as in the screenshot, or to calculate the change? if the latter, can you share the sample data?

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Community Support Team
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Re: Show % Change in power BI graph

@karlosdsouza,

 

Yes, you can also achieve this in power bi. You can refer to steps below.

 

1. Create two slicer visuals based on Diversity and Year column.

2. Create a cluster column chart and drag Type column and Diversity column to the axis field, Year column to the legend field and Value column to the value field.

3. Create a measure using DAX below and drag the measure to card visual field.

Change_Percentage = 
VAR Bottom_Value = CALCULATE(MAX(Table1[Value]), FILTER(ALL(Table1), Table1[Diversity] = SELECTEDVALUE(Table1[Diversity]) && Table1[Year] = SELECTEDVALUE(Table1[Year]) && Table1[Type] = "Bottom"))
VAR Top_Value = CALCULATE(MAX(Table1[Value]), FILTER(ALL(Table1), Table1[Diversity] = SELECTEDVALUE(Table1[Diversity]) && Table1[Year] = SELECTEDVALUE(Table1[Year]) && Table1[Type] = "Top"))
RETURN
(Top_Value - Bottom_Value) / Bottom_Value

Finally, you will achieve a report like pattern below:

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karlosdsouza Regular Visitor
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Re: Show % Change in power BI graph

Thanks 

 

 

 

 

alsasloren Member
Member

Re: Show % Change in power BI graph

I use this chart when i want to show % change. Like compare current year and past year or another two dimension. You can compare just two dimension at the same time with this chart.

Actually thats not exactly what you are looking for but maybe work

you can get this on marketplace with search as "bar chart with relative variance"
https://appsource.microsoft.com/en-us/product/power-bi-visuals/WA104381912?src=office&tab=Overview

Screenshot_4.png

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Community Support Team
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Re: Show % Change in power BI graph

@karlosdsouza,

 

You can add the measure to the tooltip of the bar chart.

 

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