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edlevud
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100% stacked chart and line

Hello,

 

I would like to create a 100% stacked bar graph that inlcludes a line as well, is this possible?

 

 

example

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Hi @edlevud

see my example above, it can be done just like you want, but the stacked 100% needs to be a measure with a calculation similar to what i mentioned above.

 

post a screenshot of your data if you need help,

 

HTH,

Frank

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Baskar
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Sorry dude.

 

right now we don't have that chart.

 

but we have

1. Line and Stacked column

2. Line and clustered column.

 

but we don't have in default chart in power bi

HI Thanks for the replies will try again to upload my example...

 

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Hi @edlevud

see my example above, it can be done just like you want, but the stacked 100% needs to be a measure with a calculation similar to what i mentioned above.

 

post a screenshot of your data if you need help,

 

HTH,

Frank

Anonymous
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Hello Team ,
can some one help to create DAX Formula for creating a measure for 100 % Stack column.
I want to create chart similar to the attached picture ie 100 % Stack area + line chart.

 

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I have four columns
CPU BUSY - 100% STACKED AREA
CPU IDLE - 100 % STACKED AREA
Average CPU Utilization (6AM-6PM Weekdays) - LINE

Average CPU Utilization in month - LINE

I can achive this using stacked column and line chart with reduced padding , please help pe in writing the formulaeto convert my measure into 100 % measures.

Thanks

BetterCallFrank
Resolver IV
Resolver IV

@edlevud you can use "stacked columns & lines" visual and make the calculation for the 100% in a measure.

for example

100pct = 
VAR Val1AllCats = CALCULATE( SUM( Table1[val1] ), ALL( Table1[cat] ) )
RETURN
DIVIDE( SUM( Table1[val1] ), Val1AllCats ) 

result

Screenshot at Jan. 03 15-15-18.png

 

 

your example is not showing unfortunately - can you show us something more?

 

 

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