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PSReneKA
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Line and Stacked Column Chart is displaying last numeric column value as X 100% when Shown as Table

I am coming across an issue with published dashboards not displaying the correct percentage values from a Line and Stacked Column Chart.  The resulting display from a published report is the last column is displaying the last numeric column value time X 100%  instead of the correctly shown percentage value in the visualization's line value.  This is being seen when right-clicking to "Show as Table" on the Line and Stacked Column Chart.

 

From Power BI Desktop - show as table the last column values shows the correct percent from the line graph:

PSReneKA_0-1620944651044.png

https://www.screencast.com/t/pSpuGsr9BY 

 

This workbook has been published to a Premium workspace, and when right clicking to "show as Table"  The last column looks like it is taking the last numeric value times 100% to populate the table's right most column and not display the line values percentage:

PSReneKA_1-1620944986024.png

 

More details can be shared if needed.

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v-robertq-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi, @PSReneKA 

What’s your method to get the value of [% of Jobs Covered]?

According to your sample picture, I've also created some test data and make a test, and I used a calculated column to get the value of [% of Jobs Covered].

 

Then I found that the data can correctly display both in the desktop and service.

 

This is my DAX formula:

% of Jobs Covered =

DIVIDE([# of Covered Jobs],[# of Jobs])

 

This is my test screenshot:

In service:

v-robertq-msft_0-1621414125933.png

In Desktop:

v-robertq-msft_1-1621414125939.png

 

I guess that the “,” delimiter may cause this kind of problem, so I suggest you to remove the “,” delimiter of the column [# of Jobs] and check if it can work:

v-robertq-msft_2-1621414125942.png

 

You can download my test pbix file below

 

If you still have a problem, you can post your sample pbix file for us to take a test.

Thank you very much!

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _Robert Qin

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ranbeermakin
Resolver III
Resolver III

pls share more details... is the DAX correct?

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