sum case
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I think that you could do this with a Pareto. Place
BrandName
in the Pareto Name andSales
in the Pareto Value. The graph will then tell you the % of total sales.However, if it needs to be a Bar graph, you can use a formula like this:
SUM(
Sales
) / SUM(SUM(Sales
)) FIXED (FILTER DENYBrandName
)Using this formula should let you place the brand name on the x axis and this value in the y axis to create your desired graph.
If you are running into issues, it would be helpful to see what your dataset looks like and how you expect to visualize your data.
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