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## Getting % by group (stacked column chart) - with filtered item

Hi guys.

Need help. My data is like this;

Week           Product       Qty     Pass/Fail    EXPECTED_RESULT

1                      A              2         Fail            2/(2+3+4+6) = 13.3%

1                      B              3         Fail             20%

1                      C              4         Fail            26.7%

1                      D             6         Pass            .

2                      A              3         Fail            .

2                      B              6         Fail            .

2                      C              2         Fail            .

2                      D             7         Pass            .

3                      A              4         Fail            .

3                      B              2         Fail

3                      C              1         Fail

3                      D             9         Pass

I am trying to create a stacked column chart where Axis=week, Legend=product, value=qty (in %). I filtered off the 'Pass'.

I would like to get the value 'qty' to be in percentage of product by week. but when i filter out 'Pass', the % is over the Fail only instead of Pass+Fail. How can i get the expected result as above.

Appreciate any help on this. Thanks!

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Community Champion

@masitbaha

As a MEASURE try this one

```Measure =
IF (
HASONEVALUE ( TableName[Qty] ),
VALUES ( TableName[Qty] )
/ CALCULATE (
SUM ( TableName[Qty] ),
FILTER ( ALL ( TableName ), TableName[Week] = VALUES ( TableName[Week] ) )
)
)```

Regards
Zubair

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Microsoft Employee

@masitbaha

You can try a measure as below. See more details in the attached pbix file.

```perc =
SUM ( yourTable[Qty] )
/ CALCULATE (
SUM ( yourTable[Qty] ),
ALLEXCEPT ( yourTable, yourTable[Week], yourTable[Pass/Fail] )
)```

Regular Visitor

Thanks. This is not what i want, but i've found the solution to it.

🙂

Community Champion

@masitbaha

If you need a calculated column try this

```=
TableName[Qty]
/ CALCULATE (
SUM ( TableName[Qty] ),
FILTER ( TableName, TableName[Week] = EARLIER ( TableName[Week] ) )
)```

Regards
Zubair

Community Champion

@masitbaha

As a MEASURE try this one

```Measure =
IF (
HASONEVALUE ( TableName[Qty] ),
VALUES ( TableName[Qty] )
/ CALCULATE (
SUM ( TableName[Qty] ),
FILTER ( ALL ( TableName ), TableName[Week] = VALUES ( TableName[Week] ) )
)
)```

Regards
Zubair

Regular Visitor

this works nicely. i also found another way to get the same result using measure;

Percentage = sum(Table[Qty])/CALCULATE(sum(Table[Qty]),GROUPBY(Table,Table[Week]),all(Table))

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