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## Trying to make a Pareto chart

Hello!

I am trying to make a Pareto chart in PowerBI for some ticket analysis however I am having some difficulties. Ive watched a couple youtube videos however they dont seem to apply well to the datasets I have so Im hoping I could have some assistance.

I have a table with 3 Columns, Ticket #, Ticket Category, ResolutionCode and im trying to do the pareto analysis with the ticket category.

Any recomendations would be greatly appreciated!

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Solution Sage

Hi @Anonymous,

Attached please find a sample pbix, that I believe will get you what you are looking for:

Steps:

- Create a summary table for your pareto analysis

- include counts and deterministic ranking column

- create a cummulative % measure, that divides the rolling sum by the total count of tickets.

Calc table, columns and measures all included in the pbix.

results in

hope this heps you out

I hope this helps,
Richard

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Solution Sage

Hi @Anonymous,

Are you able to provide some sample data?

Thanks,

I hope this helps,
Richard

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Super User

@Anonymous , Assuming you are using count ot #ticket and axis is ticket category

then a measure as a line in clustered line visual

measure = calculate(count(Table[#ticket]), filter(allselected(Table), [ticket category] = max([ticket category])) )

Anonymous
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Hi!

Thank you for this, I was able to add the measure as a line however do you know if it is possible to show the percentages on the line for the Pareto Analysis?

Solution Sage

Hi @Anonymous,

Attached please find a sample pbix, that I believe will get you what you are looking for:

Steps:

- Create a summary table for your pareto analysis

- include counts and deterministic ranking column

- create a cummulative % measure, that divides the rolling sum by the total count of tickets.

Calc table, columns and measures all included in the pbix.

results in

hope this heps you out

I hope this helps,
Richard

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

Proud to be a Super User!

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