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thehowlerr
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clustered bar chart - multiple columns from two sources

I have a bar chart that shows the number of items of a particular status by Design team (see chart below).   I would like to had columns by Design team that counts items by of a particular type as well.    For each team, it would show a column for each of the following:

 

  • Open
  • Closed
  • Ready to Inspect
  • Work Completed
  • Non-Conforming
  • RFI

 

Is there a way to do this?

 

table.JPGGraph.JPG

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v-jiascu-msft
Employee
Employee

Hi @thehowlerr,

 

You could create a new table, which will summarize the table by "type" and "status". Then you can create visuals with the new table. Any new data added into the old table will be updated in the new table automatically. Please have a try.

 

ResultTable =
UNION (
    SUMMARIZE (
        'DataTable',
        'DataTable'[Status],
        'DataTable'[Design Team Report],
        "value", COUNT ( 'DataTable'[Status] )
    ),
    SUMMARIZE (
        'DataTable',
        'DataTable'[Type],
        'DataTable'[Design Team Report],
        "value", COUNT ( 'DataTable'[Type] )
    )
)

clustered bar chart - multiple columns from two sources.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I paste your data in text mode in case somebody wants to have a try.

Type	Status	Design Team Report
NC	Open	C7A
NC	Closed	N/A
NC	Closed	PP
RFI	Closed	WS
NC	Ready to Inspect	PP
NC	Open	PP
NC	Ready to Inspect	PP
NC	Open	PP
NC	Closed	PP
RFI	Closed	SGH
NC	Ready to Inspect	PP
NC	Ready to Inspect	SGH
NC	Closed	SGH
NC	Closed	SGH
NC	Closed	SGH
NC	Closed	SGH
NC	Closed	SGH
NC	Closed	WS
NC	Closed	WS
NC	Closed	WS

Best Regards!

Dale

Community Support Team _ Dale
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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v-jiascu-msft
Employee
Employee

Hi @thehowlerr,

 

You could create a new table, which will summarize the table by "type" and "status". Then you can create visuals with the new table. Any new data added into the old table will be updated in the new table automatically. Please have a try.

 

ResultTable =
UNION (
    SUMMARIZE (
        'DataTable',
        'DataTable'[Status],
        'DataTable'[Design Team Report],
        "value", COUNT ( 'DataTable'[Status] )
    ),
    SUMMARIZE (
        'DataTable',
        'DataTable'[Type],
        'DataTable'[Design Team Report],
        "value", COUNT ( 'DataTable'[Type] )
    )
)

clustered bar chart - multiple columns from two sources.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I paste your data in text mode in case somebody wants to have a try.

Type	Status	Design Team Report
NC	Open	C7A
NC	Closed	N/A
NC	Closed	PP
RFI	Closed	WS
NC	Ready to Inspect	PP
NC	Open	PP
NC	Ready to Inspect	PP
NC	Open	PP
NC	Closed	PP
RFI	Closed	SGH
NC	Ready to Inspect	PP
NC	Ready to Inspect	SGH
NC	Closed	SGH
NC	Closed	SGH
NC	Closed	SGH
NC	Closed	SGH
NC	Closed	SGH
NC	Closed	WS
NC	Closed	WS
NC	Closed	WS

Best Regards!

Dale

Community Support Team _ Dale
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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