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## line graph from calculated table

Hi, I try to explain my problem.

I have a matrix table, where the value are calculated in a new measure.

This measure is an amount, but I transform the value in percentage (on the row total). The result is that at the end of each row I will have always 100%.

Below is the link to make you understand how the measure is calculated.

The focus is that for ech of my cluster (secured, unsecured) I can choice "shows the value as a percentage of the row total". So, at the end of the row I have 100%

If I want to trasform this matrix table in a Line Graph, because I would like to show the trend of the lines, up to 100%. This shows how long it takes for each of the clusters to make sales (when both clusters reach 100%). But in this case I don't have ""shows the value as a percentage of the row total" but only "shows the value as a percentage of the total".

So, I can only show the value as a percentage of the grand total and not the percentage of the row total.

The line chart will therefore not tend to 100% for each cluster.

The trend of each cluster is based on the total. So one cluster will reach 85% and the other 15%. Instead both, as mentioned, should reach 100%

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Super User

Create a new measure based on the one you have. Should be something like:

``````New Measure =
DIVIDE (
[CurrentMeasure],
CALCULATE ( [CurrentMeasure], ALL ( Table1[Quarter_Contabile_Number] ) )
)``````

Please mark the question solved when done and consider giving a thumbs up if posts are helpful.

Contact me privately for support with any larger-scale BI needs, tutoring, etc.

Cheers

Super User

Create a new measure based on the one you have. Should be something like:

``````New Measure =
DIVIDE (
[CurrentMeasure],
CALCULATE ( [CurrentMeasure], ALL ( Table1[Quarter_Contabile_Number] ) )
)``````

Please mark the question solved when done and consider giving a thumbs up if posts are helpful.

Contact me privately for support with any larger-scale BI needs, tutoring, etc.

Cheers