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Anonymous
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Using tooltip with a matrix

Hello, 

I have a matrix like  below

 

province  number of invoices

QC             100

AB              200

...

Total         1000

 

I would like to use a tooltip when I move the mouse over the QC category for example to see in a tooltip, 100, QC and 10%.

 

The percentage value already exist as a measure.

Is it possible to add a measure as a tooltip with a matrix and if so how do we do that?

regards,

alepage

 

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parry2k
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@Anonymous solution attached, i guess that is what you are looking for.






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Anonymous
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Ho!  I did not have a look to your Toll Tip Page.  Now it is clear for me how to build my own tooltip.

Best regards,

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parry2k
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@Kellie_A How awesome is that. Well done!






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parry2k
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@Kellie_A not sure what is your question. There is an attachment with the solution and if you download that I guess that will help answer your question. if not then let me know.






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@Anonymous solution attached, i guess that is what you are looking for.






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Anonymous
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Hello,

 

Could you please tell me where is your project : table visual tooltip.pbix

Thanks in advance for your help

 

alepage

@Anonymous not sure wht you mean? Pbix file is attached in my earlier reply, it has a table and when you hover over the values in the table, you see %.






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Anonymous
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Hello,

I see the project name in your post but when I click on it, nothing append.  Excuse me, as I am a new user, may be I don't know how to download your project.  Could you please provide me the instructions

this looks like its for a table and not a matrix fyi

@Anonymous you have to click the arrow button next to the project name and it should download






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Anonymous
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Thanks for answering me so quickly. I have found what’s wrong. But default, my office computer is set to use Internet Explorer. When I am in internet explorer, I don’t see any arrow.

 

I have copy the url into Chrome and the arrow suddenly appears.  

I have downloaded your project at it works. But how do you refer the % measure for the tooltip?

@Anonymous here is detail article on this.

 






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How did you get tooltips to show up in the visualization pane? It's usually not an option for a card. I've read that some visualizations, including card, doesn't have the option to customize toolips but you've somehow found a solution. Also, how did you link it to the table?

Nevermind. I figured it out after digging a little more.

Anonymous
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Ho!  I did not have a look to your Toll Tip Page.  Now it is clear for me how to build my own tooltip.

Best regards,

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@Anonymous interesting you "accepted" your own reply as a solution. althought it doesn't matter to me but it is weird thou. good luck!!






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Anonymous
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I though that when you accept the last post, it means that you accept all before.

Thanks for advising me of this mistake.  I will pay more attention to that point for my next communication.

I have accepted one of your previous post.

Thanks again for your help

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