6 Replies Latest reply: Jan 10, 2017 9:40 AM by Hector Javier Velez Bautista

# Graph of Bars

I have a graph of bars in which it is necessary to put next to the number between parenthesis the percentage that corresponds that number.

I add graphic image.

Someone who can help me.

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Hi

Pls follow this thread, I guess it would help you

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please provide a sample application to demonstrate

thanks

regards

Marco

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Maybe change your current expression to dual(current expression & '(' & percentage expression & ')',current expression)?

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Hello

Many thanks Girirajsinh Vaghela, Marco Wedel and John Witherspoon for their help.

Use the expression that John suggested and I'm left as I wanted:

Can you make the percentage only show me two decimal places?

In addition to the image I added the application.

Greetings.

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TRy this

For your first expression

= Dual((Count({<Dias_Comprobo={'>10'}>} VIATICANTE) & ' ' & '(' &

Num(((Count({<Dias_Comprobo={'>10'}>} VIATICANTE))*100)/Num(Count({<Dias_Comprobo={'>10'}>} VIATICANTE)+Count({<Dias_Comprobo={'<=10'}>} VIATICANTE)), '#,##0.00')) & ')',

Count({<Dias_Comprobo={'>10'}>} VIATICANTE))

2nd Expression

=Dual((Count({<Dias_Comprobo={'<=10'}>} VIATICANTE) & ' ' & '(' &

Num((Count({<Dias_Comprobo={'<=10'}>} VIATICANTE)*100)/(Count({<Dias_Comprobo={'>10'}>} VIATICANTE)+Count({<Dias_Comprobo={'<=10'}>} VIATICANTE)),'#,##0.00')) & ')',

Count({<Dias_Comprobo={'<=10'}>} VIATICANTE))

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Thank you very much Vishwarath Nagaraju with the two expressions that you provided me and I left the chart as I wanted.