Using stacked charts to display results

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  • Darren Taylor

    Is there anyway to show the total value above the bars without stacking them?

     

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  • Chris Bulin
    Community Moderator

    Hi Darren Taylor! There is definitely a way to do this. You'll want to open the configuration menu and select "Display Values" and click the box at the very top to change it to "Show". It looks like this:

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  • Darren Taylor

    Perfect, thank you @... 

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  • LaReine Pia

    Hello! I am trying to get the chart to stack but I am not able to. I included screenshots below. Can you please see if I am setting anything up incorrectly?  I want our type of checks to all show on the same graph instead of the separate sheets. 

     

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  • Tina Yates

    Hi LaReine Pia, you will see it stacked if you click on the attribute title of Type of Check, the above shows you are only looking at Manual Check.  You may want to scroll through the above comments for other hints as I had a similar question.  Hope that helps.

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  • Adam Hanna

    Is there a way to have stacked bars for multiple attributes? When adding the extra metric it is just making one huge stacked bar (second picture) instead of two side by side as desired (example in first picture)

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  • Gab Guinto
    Zendesk Customer Care

    Hi Adam,

    I'm afraid there's no option to separate the two metrics into two bars in a stacked chart. If you select Stacked in your chat configuration, the metrics sliced by the row attribute will be stacked into a single column. Sorry about this, Adam.

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  • Nicole

    Is there a way to do a stacked 100% chart? Where instead of seeing the total number you see the columns as a percentage to total? 

    Ala: 

    Week 1, A 50% of total B 50% of total

    Week 2, A 60% of total B 40% of total

     

    The goal would be to show relative percentages over time. Please view this article: https://exceljet.net/chart-type/100-stacked-column-chart

    I have already tried stacked percentages, that is not the functionality I am looking for. 

     

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  • Gab Guinto
    Zendesk Customer Care

    Hi Nicole,

    You can try displaying the data first in a table as percentages via Result manipulation → Result path calculation, with the following parameters.

    You can then switch the visualization type to Columns and display it as stacked. The chart should be shown as stacked percentage values.

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