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robmarr789
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Contributor

colour scatter points relative to reference lines?

Can any one show me how to colour the scatter points on this chart based on the following rules

1. If points are in top right quadrant then colour Green

2. If points are in bottom right then colour Red

3. If points are in bottom left then colour Orange

4. If points are in top left then colour blue

Bare in mind the reference points are set relative to the percentile so will move as and when new data is added.

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sunny_talwar

Try this color expression

=If(Sum(sales) >= Fractile(TOTAL Aggr(Sum(sales), CustomerGroupName), 0.5),

If(Sum(variance) > Fractile(TOTAL Aggr(Sum(variance), CustomerGroupName), 0.5), LightGreen(), LightRed()),

If(Sum(variance) > Fractile(TOTAL Aggr(Sum(variance), CustomerGroupName), 0.5), LightBlue(), LightMagenta()))

Used Light Magenta for Orange, but feel free to change all the colors based on your requirement

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sunny_talwar

Try this color expression

=If(Sum(sales) >= Fractile(TOTAL Aggr(Sum(sales), CustomerGroupName), 0.5),

If(Sum(variance) > Fractile(TOTAL Aggr(Sum(variance), CustomerGroupName), 0.5), LightGreen(), LightRed()),

If(Sum(variance) > Fractile(TOTAL Aggr(Sum(variance), CustomerGroupName), 0.5), LightBlue(), LightMagenta()))

Used Light Magenta for Orange, but feel free to change all the colors based on your requirement

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bc-thebruuu
Creator
Creator

Hi,
Here's a simple reply with hard coded values
The color property is set in the following screen:
sample_sales.png
In order to use calculated values add another expression with percentile calculate and put this expression name in the IF
robmarr789
Contributor
Contributor
Author

Would you mind showing me the expression for percentile calculate?

bc-thebruuu
Creator
Creator

Hi Robert,

Sunny formula looks ok.

In order to calculate percentile you need to use the Fractile(X,0.5) formula.

But if need be I cna provide the formula, let me know