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SantiagA Frequent Visitor
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Stack Area 100%

Hello!
Im trying to use a stack area chart, but want the Y axe in %. Ive tried to solved it doing:
1.  select the metric in value - show vale as the % of the total(my data doesnt show, maybe its something with the metric trough live connection.

2. create a metric and *100

3. change the format creating new metric and select the % symbol

These things ive tried change my values and doesnt show the exact ones I want, cause i want the Y AXE AS: 100% - 50% - 0%.
I put this Image so you can see better what i would like to be:
stack.PNG

Iwant to choose the graphic that is circle with blue, but with the percentage Y axe

Thank YOu!

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Re: Stack Area 100%

Refer :https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Does-PowerBI-support-100-stacked-area-chart/td-p/228731

 

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Re: Stack Area 100%

Refer :https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Does-PowerBI-support-100-stacked-area-chart/td-p/228731

 

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SantiagA Frequent Visitor
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Re: group models <10%

Good morning!

 

First of all thanks for the solution.

Now I have other issue that you may know how to help me.

Ive been working with a line chart. So I have:

AXE / EJE :             Leyend:                      Values:
- fiscalyear            - ProductGroup          # of opened Cases

- fiscal quarter

 

I would like to group the product group that are <10% and to show or name them as others. For the groups that are >10% I want the normal names. This is with the objective i can see a cleaner graphic and not see a lot of lines in the chart. 
**Remember that im working through live connection and I can not create colums or tables inside power BI. All the metrics come from SSAS. I put an image so you can see better the issue I have:

groupcode.PNGgroupcode1.PNG

Thank you!

Best Regards,

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