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Percentage of grand total changes to 100% instead of the right value

Hi all,


I'm trying to visualise the percentage of advice summeries of the total of closed insurance cases. The number is right, but everytime I try to change it to a percentage, it keeps saying it's 100% while it should be 93,57%. Does anyone knows how to fix this?


What did I do?:

- I made a measure that sums up the total of summaries and named it 'TotalAdvicedSummaries' and a measure that sums up the total closed cases and named it 'TotalClosedCases'.

- Then I made a measure for the PercentageOfSummaries, withe formula: 

PercentageAdviceSummaries = DIVIDE([TotalAdvicedSummaries],[TotalClosedCases])*100
- I made a measure to set the target value on 85.
- I made a gauge to display the percentage, but it kept saying the total is 93,57 of 187,13 instead of 100. So I made another measure for the minimum of 0 and the maximum of 100. 



- When I try to display the 93,57 as 93,57 it gives 100%:


- I made the measure "Test". To fill in the formula again and create a card visual. I thought of putting a card on top of it and group it as one, but when try to set the card value as a percentage it also gives 100%.



Your help is much appreciated!



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Hi @VincentLuteijn 


Try setting the maximum and minimum values of the Gauge visual in the visual format interface.






Best Regards,



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

Thanks for your help Jayleny! I've changed the maximum and minimal values to 0 and 100.


I want to display this Gauge as a percentage. When I change the measure to 'Display as a percentage' the Gauge visual still isn't right. Also not when I change the min. and max. in the visual format interfase to 0 and 1 and set value measure to PercentageAdviceSummaries = DIVIDE([TotalAdvicedSummaries],[TotalClosedCases]).



Do you have any idea how to fix this?


Thanks in advance!



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