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Bar Chart and grouping responses

Hi All, 


i am trying to get a bar chart to be space efficent and i know how i want it to look, but not sure how to accomplish it. 


I have 6 surveys, and in the 6 surveys (in this scenerio, i am using the average of the scores), and these surveys can be compelted within 3 occastions. 


When doing the bar chart now, the 3 occsations sit in the y axis, and the surveys in the x axis. However, i am wanting the surveys to be the Y-axis, so that each bar is one survey, and on the bar, it is split into 3 colours, one to show the averge score of the survey for each occasion. I am not sure if there there is something im overlooking, or if some DAX is required. 

Any help will be appreciated. 

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@TBSST Sounds like a stacked bar chart to me. Any chance you can share a PBIX or sample data and maybe an mock-up of what you are going for?

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