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abhishekahuja
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Create a stacked column chart with 1 column of 0/1 data

Hi All,

 

My dataset looks something like this:

 

Column1Column2Column3
010
011
10 

 

I want to create a stacked bar chart which had 3 different colors with counts number of 0, 1, and MissingData. Any recommendation will be helpful.

 

Thanks in advance for your help,

Abhishek

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@abhishekahuja , First in Power Query Change Data Type to Text, Replace value in All column (Select mutiple columns) and use replace 

null

"No Data"

 

Then unpivot the data 

Unpivot Data(Power Query): https://youtu.be/2HjkBtxSM0g

 

and then you can create stacked  visual

 

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abhishekahuja
Frequent Visitor

@amitchandak your feedback was very helpful, thanks for your time and solution.

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@abhishekahuja , First in Power Query Change Data Type to Text, Replace value in All column (Select mutiple columns) and use replace 

null

"No Data"

 

Then unpivot the data 

Unpivot Data(Power Query): https://youtu.be/2HjkBtxSM0g

 

and then you can create stacked  visual

 

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