I am using a clustered column chart to show fill rates. Cases Delivered/Cases ordered. I am trying to show three different vendors on same chart. Instead of displaying the % rates, it is just counting the number of rates. I.E., "3" rates as opposed to showing the actual percentages. Any help would be great, thanks
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@oktrey it depends on what you are using on the value section? Your x-axis should be vendor, the value should be a percentage, and change the aggregation of the percentage to the max by clicking the arrow next to the percentage column in the value section.
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Here is a screenshot of it. When I click drop down arrow next to Count of Fill Rate, percentage isn't an option. In Data view, I changed format to % and Summarized as Maximum. Still Displaying Count of Fill Rates.
Annnnddd I was trying in the Format section not the fields section. Changed Fill Rate to Max and it is fixed. Thanks. Apologize for my confusion
Could you provide some data and the result you want for us ?
As you said you want to show three different vendors on same chart, is the effect of the screenshot below what you want?
IF no ,please provide your expected result .
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This looks more like what I am asking about. However, I already have the percentages/fill rates in a table. If I am presenting this...and I want to filter on three specific vendors, I want each vendor to have their own column with their respective fill rate. I am still currently getting Count of Fill Rate (i.e., I am filtering on three vendors so i have one column that shows 3.)
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