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rmmetcalf
Contributor III
Contributor III

Sorting the stack in a stacked bar chart in Qlik Sense

I have a stacked bar chart of employees and percentage of products they've sold.  The bars are the employees sorted in alphabetical order.  How do I sort the stacks in the bar by percentage each product was sold?

I have found solutions for this in Qlik View, but I need the solution for Qlik Sense.

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shubham_singh
Partner - Creator II
Partner - Creator II

Unfortunately this is not possible.

Whatever sorting you use for 2nd dimension, it will be evaluated in overall level irrespective of 1st dimension.

And stacks in every bar will be sorted according to that.

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OmarBenSalem

under the sort tab; put yur measure ABOVE the dimension

rmmetcalf
Contributor III
Contributor III
Author

The order under the sort tab is:

Employee

Percentage Sold

Product

In addition, I have sorted by expression where the expression is percentage sold.

The stacks in the bars are still not sorted.  😞

yujiyamane
Creator II
Creator II

Hi Ryan,

Below can be the solution.

Go to Sorting > Product > Untick the Sorting Auto > Tick Sort by Expression > Add the same expression as your measure.

OmarBenSalem

drag the percentage ABOVE employees

shubham_singh
Partner - Creator II
Partner - Creator II

Unfortunately this is not possible.

Whatever sorting you use for 2nd dimension, it will be evaluated in overall level irrespective of 1st dimension.

And stacks in every bar will be sorted according to that.

rmmetcalf
Contributor III
Contributor III
Author

I can't.  Qlik Sense won't let me.

rmmetcalf
Contributor III
Contributor III
Author

I did that.  It doesn't sort the stacks.

balabhaskarqlik

May be modify script like this, use it:

Sports:

CrossTable (sports, followers,1)

load * inline

[

country, cricket, football, hockey

india, 3000000, 2000000, 900000

australia, 2000000, 1500000, 400000

south africa, 1500000, 1000000, 250000

];

stacked combo chart

1 dimension

country

3 Measures

Sum({1<sports={'cricket'}>}followers)

Sum({1<sports={'football'}>}followers)

Sum({1<sports={'hockey'}>}followers)