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## Visualizing the measures

Hello,

I have created a measure to caluclate the 80th perecentile for a set of data, but now I cant visualize this measure, I only can add it to a table.

This is how it look in the table:

Now That I know to show the trend of this measure using w chart, how can I do so? it should be like the following chart but for the percentile instead of average:

Thanks,

Zaid

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Super User

## Re: Visualizing the measures

Yep, you got it. I was going to mention that your FORMAT was converting it to text!

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## Re: Visualizing the measures

Can you share some sample data and your measure formula?

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## Re: Visualizing the measures

First I have a column that measures the difference between two dates as below:

```T1 (Response Time) = IF ( ISBLANK ( [CollectionInProgressDate_UTC] ), BLANK (), var calendarTable= CALENDAR([CREATEDON],[CollectionInProgressDate_UTC])
var exceptDate=CALCULATETABLE(VALUES('Situational Holidays'[situationDate]),FILTER(ALL('Situational Holidays'),[Entity]=EARLIER('Dates'[SHIPPERENTITY])))
return
COUNTROWS(FILTER(filtered,[Day Of Week]<> 'Dates'[First weekend] && [Day Of Week]<>'Dates'[secound weekend]))-1)```

Then I have a measure that caluclate the 80th percentile for that column:

`T1, 80thPercentile = FORMAT( ROUND(PERCENTILE.INC(Dates[T1 (Response Time)],0.8),0),"0")`

The problem is that I cant change the format of that measure to number, it is showing as text.

Thanks,

Zaid

Member

## Re: Visualizing the measures

I have changed the format of the measure before creating it to Whole number and now it works. thanks @Greg_Deckler

Super User

## Re: Visualizing the measures

Yep, you got it. I was going to mention that your FORMAT was converting it to text!