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Anshenterprices
Helper IV
Helper IV

Sorting of horizontal bar visual

Hi Team,

Source table 

Table A

 

Script IDCategoryRelienceTataGodrejTCSColgate
1Equity100150120140160
2Comm210120235147135

 

Table B
Script IDCategoryMF
1Equity170
2Comm180



Reqirment : i want to create a bar graph when user select category from the slicer and bar graph it should present 

RelienceTataGodrejTCSColgate
MF

and sort by the low to high value 

Anshenterprices_0-1650346260482.png


Note:- we dont want to pivot/unpivot the source data

Thanks

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Hi @Anshenterprices ,

 

I suggest you to create a Dimtable with column headers as "Relience","Tata","Godrej","TCS","Colgate" you need.

Axis = 
{"Colgate","TCS","Godrej","Tata","Relience"}

Then create a measure to calcualte the sum of value.

Measure = 
SWITCH(
MAX('Axis'[Axis]),
"Colgate",CALCULATE(SUM('Table A'[Colgate])),
"TCS",CALCULATE(SUM('Table A'[TCS])),
"Godrej",CALCULATE(SUM('Table A'[Godrej])),
"Tata",CALCULATE(SUM('Table A'[Tata])),
"Relience",CALCULATE(SUM('Table A'[Relience]))
)

Create a bar chart by Axis[Axis] in Axis and [Measure] in Value, then you can sort your visual by measure.

RicoZhou_0-1650609442634.png

 

Best Regards,
Rico Zhou

 

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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Anshenterprices
Helper IV
Helper IV

@amitchandak  Can you please explain how to do that? Based on the values it will sort?

thank you

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anshenterprices , Create 5 measures and put them in visual in the order you want

@amitchandak  but those are already a seperate columns and its a meausure ? Can you please explain how to do that? Based on the values it will sort?

thank you

Hi @Anshenterprices ,

 

I suggest you to create a Dimtable with column headers as "Relience","Tata","Godrej","TCS","Colgate" you need.

Axis = 
{"Colgate","TCS","Godrej","Tata","Relience"}

Then create a measure to calcualte the sum of value.

Measure = 
SWITCH(
MAX('Axis'[Axis]),
"Colgate",CALCULATE(SUM('Table A'[Colgate])),
"TCS",CALCULATE(SUM('Table A'[TCS])),
"Godrej",CALCULATE(SUM('Table A'[Godrej])),
"Tata",CALCULATE(SUM('Table A'[Tata])),
"Relience",CALCULATE(SUM('Table A'[Relience]))
)

Create a bar chart by Axis[Axis] in Axis and [Measure] in Value, then you can sort your visual by measure.

RicoZhou_0-1650609442634.png

 

Best Regards,
Rico Zhou

 

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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