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Anonymous
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Please help me produce the same chart?

I need to produc something similar to this: https://www.defteam.com/stacked-clustered-bar-chart/

any idea how can I do it?

Thanks

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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

You are saying the the forecast and actuals are measure values?

That is possivle uaing a disconnected table and a SWITCH measure.


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MFelix
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Using the default Stacked Column chart you can get a similar chart only difference is that the countries are also placed at the bottom.

 

Be aware that you need to have a trick to have the working categories concatenated that is sorting the values by country

 

MFelix_1-1596553143337.png

check PBIX file attach

 


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Miguel Félix


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Anonymous
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Hi @MFelix  ,

 

The standard chart does not provide the ability to create a cluster of measures in the same group. I think this is only achievable with the custom visuals!

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

You are saying the the forecast and actuals are measure values?

That is possivle uaing a disconnected table and a SWITCH measure.


Regards

Miguel Félix


Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!

Proud to be a Super User!

Check out my blog: Power BI em Português



@MFelix  you are right, they are not measures. Your solution works 🙂

@Mwitting1 ,

 

👍.

 

Please don't forget to mark the correct answer so it can help others.


Regards

Miguel Félix


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Anonymous
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Hi @Anonymous 

 

Have you tried using the Stacked Column Chart by Akvelon? To import a Power BI visual, in the Visualization pane click Get more visuals. 

 

Hope this helps 🙂 

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