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tk0501 Frequent Visitor
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Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values

Hello PBI Community,

I have three measures (called min, expected, max) that are dynamically calculated based on the slicer selections. 

  1. Min
  2. Expected
  3. Max

 

I am trying to display them via a stacked column chart (min at the bottom and max on the top).

The measure computes the absolute values for each, not incremental values.

For example...

Min = 1

Expected = 5

Max = 9

 

The stacked column needs to be 9, not 15 (1+5+9). 

 

I could write a longer measure to calculate Expected-Min instead of Expected value itself. 

However, each measure has complex calculations and takes time to perform. 

 

Is there a way to tell PBI to stack 1,5,9 to add up to 9, instead of 15?

In another word, do I have to write a measure each time to computer incremental value? 

 

Thank you

 

 

 

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Icey Super Contributor
Super Contributor

Re: Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values

Hi @tk0501 ,

You can use Line and Stacked Column Chart instead. Steps are as follows:

1. Create a Line and Stacked Column Chart and change the 'Stroke width' of 'Shape' to 0.

Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values 2.PNG  Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values1.PNG

2. Make 'Show secondary' and 'Align zeros' on.

Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values 3.PNG

3. Change 'Position' of 'Y-Axis(Column)' to Right and 'Color' to White.

Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values 4.PNG

4. Change 'Position' of 'Y-Axis(Line)' to Left and 'Color' to Black.

Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values 5.PNG

Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values.PNG

 

Best Regards,

Icey

 

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Icey Super Contributor
Super Contributor

Re: Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values

Hi @tk0501 ,

You can use Line and Stacked Column Chart instead. Steps are as follows:

1. Create a Line and Stacked Column Chart and change the 'Stroke width' of 'Shape' to 0.

Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values 2.PNG  Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values1.PNG

2. Make 'Show secondary' and 'Align zeros' on.

Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values 3.PNG

3. Change 'Position' of 'Y-Axis(Column)' to Right and 'Color' to White.

Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values 4.PNG

4. Change 'Position' of 'Y-Axis(Line)' to Left and 'Color' to Black.

Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values 5.PNG

Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values.PNG

 

Best Regards,

Icey

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Icey Super Contributor
Super Contributor

Re: Stacked Column Chart - how to stack incremental values

Hi @tk0501 ,

 
Is this problem sloved?
 
If it is sloved, could you kindly accept it as a solution to close this case?  
 
If not, please let me know.  
 
Best Regards
Icey

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