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I am finding it quite a challenge to get different colors for Negative and positive percentage values from a Variable.
My variable name = $( v_P1-P3 YoY )
Red = '015C55'
Generally above value is negative so green if it becomes positive i want it to be red.
So I tried below
But the output is
This is where I used it
I want to know whats the measure to use the above colors or want to know if I am using the correct measure at the wrong place? Anyone can help would be great .Thanks
It's far easier then that; in your measure: just leave it as the measure which gives back the %
Then in conditionnal color, add a limit (0) without any ifs ...
with the mouse.. click on the segment before 0 and choose red.. after 0 choose green .. and that would be it
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Thanks @OmarBenSalem it worked !!
For any one who needs more details I did whats above add Limit> 0 then (green) again Add Limit and put 0.999 (red) to make sure all percentage values from -0% to -100% and +0% to +100% is achieved.
If the variable value is -0.1 and -0.9 become green
If the variable value is +0.1 and +0.9 becomes Red