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Stacked column graph not showing accurate % tooltip when sorted

I have a stacked column graph with a tooltip that shows the % of the value compared to the total. This is created by a measure. In the graph you can see that the proportion of the pink is 0.78 (78%)

powerbi1.png

I also created a new table to order the graph so that the pink portion is on the bottom. However, once it got sorted, the % tooltip now shows 100% instead of 78%. Can anyone assist with this? Thanks

powerbi2.png

 

 

Below is the sample data:

foodbox123_0-1632291472275.png

 

The measure for % calculation for tooltip:

% MEASURE 2 =

DIVIDE(SUM('table1[Assign 1 to each number for count]),

CALCULATE(SUM(‘table1'[Assign 1 to each number for count]),ALL(‘table1’[overalloutcome 2])),0)

 

The table I created to order the graph:

foodbox123_1-1632291472166.png

 

 

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Try update formula

% MEASURE 2 =

DIVIDE(SUM('table1[Assign 1 to each number for count]),

CALCULATE(SUM(‘table1'[Assign 1 to each number for count]),ALL(‘table1’)),0)

 

 

 

 

 

 







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FarhanAhmed
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Can you please share the sample data and dax of the measure that you are referencing.







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Anonymous
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Sure.

Below is the sample data:

powerbi3.png

The measure for % calculation for tooltip:

% MEASURE 2 =

DIVIDE(SUM('table1[Assign 1 to each number for count]),

CALCULATE(SUM(‘table1'[Assign 1 to each number for count]),ALL(‘table1’[overalloutcome 2])),0)

 

The table I created to order the graph:

powerbi4.png

Try update formula

% MEASURE 2 =

DIVIDE(SUM('table1[Assign 1 to each number for count]),

CALCULATE(SUM(‘table1'[Assign 1 to each number for count]),ALL(‘table1’)),0)

 

 

 

 

 

 







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Anonymous
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Yes this worked, thank you very much!

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