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Helper IV

Sorting of horizontal bar visual

Hi Team,

Source table

 Table A

 Script ID Category Relience Tata Godrej TCS Colgate 1 Equity 100 150 120 140 160 2 Comm 210 120 235 147 135

 Table B
 Script ID Category MF 1 Equity 170 2 Comm 180

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

 Relience Tata Godrej TCS Colgate
 MF

and sort by the low to high value

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

Thanks

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Community Support

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.

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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Helper IV

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

thank you

Super User

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

Helper IV

@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

Community Support

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.

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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