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BI101
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Combine and display data based on a set range

Hi,

 

I would like to display sales data as # of quotes in a monetary bucket.

For example: 50 quotes in the range of 0-$50,000 or 20 quotes in the range of $50,000-100,000

I feel like a stacked bar chart could be good for this but i'm not sure how to combine the data into the ranges.

Any ideas?

 

Thanks!

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Ritaf1983
Super User
Super User

Hi @BI101 

To create bins by sales sum you can add a  calculated column like :

Bins = if('Table'[Sales]>0 && 'Table'[Sales]<= 49999,"0-49,999",
if('Table'[Sales]>49999 && 'Table'[Sales]<= 100000,"50,000-99,999","100,000+"))
Ritaf1983_0-1700018548395.png

To sort the bins in the right order on visuals you can create a table with bins' names and sort order :

Ritaf1983_1-1700018712022.png

create a relationship between the tables :

Ritaf1983_2-1700018773847.png

Modify sort order :

Ritaf1983_3-1700018849815.png

 

create simple DAX for distinctount of quotes :

Quotes# = DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[Quote id])
Put the data on the graph:
Ritaf1983_4-1700019015985.png

PBIX is attached

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

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Ritaf1983
Super User
Super User

Hi @BI101 

To create bins by sales sum you can add a  calculated column like :

Bins = if('Table'[Sales]>0 && 'Table'[Sales]<= 49999,"0-49,999",
if('Table'[Sales]>49999 && 'Table'[Sales]<= 100000,"50,000-99,999","100,000+"))
Ritaf1983_0-1700018548395.png

To sort the bins in the right order on visuals you can create a table with bins' names and sort order :

Ritaf1983_1-1700018712022.png

create a relationship between the tables :

Ritaf1983_2-1700018773847.png

Modify sort order :

Ritaf1983_3-1700018849815.png

 

create simple DAX for distinctount of quotes :

Quotes# = DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[Quote id])
Put the data on the graph:
Ritaf1983_4-1700019015985.png

PBIX is attached

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

@Ritaf1983 

thanks for the help!

I'm able to do what you mentioned but for some reason my bins arnt sorting in the right order.

I can also group by and create a table with the qty of quotes per bin but either way i do it, my axis is out of order. Any suggestions for this?

Hi @BI101 
That is why I added a sort order column and a table :

Ritaf1983_0-1700108657029.png

You need it to sort the bins in the right order

Ritaf1983_1-1700108718546.png

And use the bins column from this "small" table on visuals 

Ritaf1983_2-1700109596239.png

More information about sorting by column:

https://www.techrepublic.com/article/how-to-sort-by-column-power-bi/

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

Thanks! for some reason i just restarted my powerbi and it worked 

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