Grouped and Stacked Bar Charts

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Hello! I am currently trying to make a grouped bar chart that is also stacked. Essentially I am trying to merge these two charts together. I need to show each facility (i.e. MTC, RTC, UTC, and GVII) grouped by quarter along the x axis. But I then need them stacked to show how many issues were identified based on the type of issue (i.e. environmental, safety, fire protection, and emergency preparedness).

Can I do this in DOMO?

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  • david_cunningham
    edited May 30 Answer ✓
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    @afrailer

    Domo has a feature called Trellis Categories. You can use this to specify various levels of grouping. Although the groups won't be in the exact way you laid out.

    Domo does have an out of the box grouped + stacked card option, but I believe that it is limited to 2 bars, and you can specify how many groups you want stacked between those 2 bars. So I don't really think that's what you're after.

    There is also always the option of DDX bricks.

    In my opinion though, the chart you are trying to create sounds pretty visually busy. I would recommend splitting this out into 2 charts. I think that would likely be easier for users to visually digest. If your goal is to compare distribution, you can adjust your visualization choice to accommodate that.

    David Cunningham

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  • ColemenWilson
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    Yes. There is a grouped and stacked bar chart option in Domo:

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  • david_cunningham
    edited May 30 Answer ✓
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    @afrailer

    Domo has a feature called Trellis Categories. You can use this to specify various levels of grouping. Although the groups won't be in the exact way you laid out.

    Domo does have an out of the box grouped + stacked card option, but I believe that it is limited to 2 bars, and you can specify how many groups you want stacked between those 2 bars. So I don't really think that's what you're after.

    There is also always the option of DDX bricks.

    In my opinion though, the chart you are trying to create sounds pretty visually busy. I would recommend splitting this out into 2 charts. I think that would likely be easier for users to visually digest. If your goal is to compare distribution, you can adjust your visualization choice to accommodate that.

    David Cunningham

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  • ColemenWilson
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    Yes. There is a grouped and stacked bar chart option in Domo:

    If I solved your problem, please select "yes" above