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## Percentage Calculation

Hello, anyone to assist on how i can visualize the data below to indicate the % difference using a bar chart? Field highlighted is what I need to show on the bar chart.

 Result Areas Budget Allocation Budget Absorption Variance % Burn Rate Result 1 64,758.94 52,660.00 12,098.94 81% Result 2 348,016.94 343,141.34 4,875.60 99% Result 3 161,600.00 140,720.30 20,879.70 87% Result 4 164,817.97 169,930.20 -                         5,112.23 103%
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Hi@sawn

1. Create a measure like this:

% Burn Rate = DIVIDE(MAX('Table'[Budget Absorption]),MAX('Table'[Budget Allocation]))

2.Change the format to Percentage, and change the number of decimal places shown from Auto to 2.

3.Create a table with the measure above, turn off the total in format setting, you will get this:

A demo is attached for your reference.

Best Regards,

Caitlyn Yan

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

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Community Support

Hi@sawn

1. Create a measure like this:

% Burn Rate = DIVIDE(MAX('Table'[Budget Absorption]),MAX('Table'[Budget Allocation]))

2.Change the format to Percentage, and change the number of decimal places shown from Auto to 2.

3.Create a table with the measure above, turn off the total in format setting, you will get this:

A demo is attached for your reference.

Best Regards,

Caitlyn Yan

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

Super User

Hi,

Assuming Budget Absorption and Budget Allocation are measures, write this measure and create a bar chart

% burn rate = divide([budget absorption],[budget allocation])

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com

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