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Dean_Mcghee
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Fine tuning the Gauge visual

I have some simple data I am trying to dial into the gauge visualisation. 

Total pcs, Pcs picked, Pcs left to pick, and percent complete.

Ideally I would like the percentage completed in the middle, with the pcs picked on the left "foot" and the pcs picked on the right "foot".

In my data the columns for Pcs picked, left to pick, and total pcs are all whole numbers with the percent complete as a percentage.

I can't seem to get the setting right to just display the whole numbers with the percent in the middle.  

Any Ideas?

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speedramps
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Community Champion

I think you made a typo?

Should
" the pcs picked on the left "foot" and the pcs picked on the right "foot" 

say
 the pcs picked on the left "foot" and the Pcs left to pick, on the right "foot".

 

Try this

speedramps_1-1668208173748.png

 

 

Create 4 measures 

Total pcs = SUM(table[pcs])
Pcs picked = SUM(table[pcs picked])
Pcs left to pick = [Total pcs] - [Pcs picked]
Percent complete = DIVIDE([Pcs picked],[Total pcs])
 
Click on Percent complete and set it toi a % formating and decimal places = 1
 
Create a empty report canvas and a gauge visual.
Set guage value = Percent complete
Turn data labels off.
 
Add a card visual to bottom left and set card value = Pcs picked.
 
Add a card visual to bottom right and set card value = Pcs left to pick.
 
Click in view and Selection.
Select all 3 objects and group them.
 
Congratuations !
It looks and behaves like one visual but it is actually 3 visuals grouped into 1 visual.
 
 

Thanks for reaching out for help.

I put in a lot of effort to help you, now please quickly help me by giving kudos.

Remember we are unpaid volunteers and here to coach you with Power BI and DAX skills and techniques, not do the users job for them. So please click the thumbs up and accept as solution button. 

If you give someone a fish then you only give them one meal, but if you teach them how to fish then they can feed themselves and teach others for a lifetime.  I prefer to teach members on this forum techniques rather give full solutions and do their job. You can then adapt the technique for your solution, learn some DAX skills for next time and soon become a Power BI Super User like me. 

One question per ticket please. If you need to extend your request then please raise a new ticket.

You will get a quicker response and each volunteer solver will get the kudos they deserve. Thank you ! 

 

 

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speedramps
Community Champion
Community Champion

I think you made a typo?

Should
" the pcs picked on the left "foot" and the pcs picked on the right "foot" 

say
 the pcs picked on the left "foot" and the Pcs left to pick, on the right "foot".

 

Try this

speedramps_1-1668208173748.png

 

 

Create 4 measures 

Total pcs = SUM(table[pcs])
Pcs picked = SUM(table[pcs picked])
Pcs left to pick = [Total pcs] - [Pcs picked]
Percent complete = DIVIDE([Pcs picked],[Total pcs])
 
Click on Percent complete and set it toi a % formating and decimal places = 1
 
Create a empty report canvas and a gauge visual.
Set guage value = Percent complete
Turn data labels off.
 
Add a card visual to bottom left and set card value = Pcs picked.
 
Add a card visual to bottom right and set card value = Pcs left to pick.
 
Click in view and Selection.
Select all 3 objects and group them.
 
Congratuations !
It looks and behaves like one visual but it is actually 3 visuals grouped into 1 visual.
 
 

Thanks for reaching out for help.

I put in a lot of effort to help you, now please quickly help me by giving kudos.

Remember we are unpaid volunteers and here to coach you with Power BI and DAX skills and techniques, not do the users job for them. So please click the thumbs up and accept as solution button. 

If you give someone a fish then you only give them one meal, but if you teach them how to fish then they can feed themselves and teach others for a lifetime.  I prefer to teach members on this forum techniques rather give full solutions and do their job. You can then adapt the technique for your solution, learn some DAX skills for next time and soon become a Power BI Super User like me. 

One question per ticket please. If you need to extend your request then please raise a new ticket.

You will get a quicker response and each volunteer solver will get the kudos they deserve. Thank you ! 

 

 

Thank You!! Great responce.

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