3 Replies Latest reply: Sep 19, 2011 5:33 AM by Sravan Puppala

# Partial sums in a Pivot chart are wrong based on IF statement

Hi Guys,

I need your Help. I have the below expressions all based on complex Setanalysis in a pivot table

Now the thing is that I get the values like 148% which I have to limit to 100%

I tried with a if Statement as follows:

Performance = If ( setAnalysisExp >1,1, setAnalysisExp)

and the same way

Availability * Performance * Quality = if If ( setAnalysisExp >1,1, setAnalysisExp)

I get the table like this

But the Partial sums of Performance = 100% is wrong as it must be

Average of (81+100+93)  = 91 but not 100 as It shows here.

Any Idea how to solve this?

Thanks

Sravan

• ###### Partial sums in a Pivot chart are wrong based on IF statement

Put your application in order to take a look.

• ###### Partial sums in a Pivot chart are wrong based on IF statement

Are you saying that 148% is the correct answer, but you want it to only show 100% if >100%? or is your problem that the expression should not evaluate to 148%?

If it is the former, try RangeMin(1,setAnalysisExp)

If it is the latter you will need to post your app so we can take a look.

Hope this helps.

Jason

• ###### Partial sums in a Pivot chart are wrong based on IF statement

Jason Michaelides :

Are you saying that 148% is the correct answer, but you want it to only show 100%

Jason

H Jason,

I meant the above Quoted! Though it gives 148%, I want to show it maximum as 100%

My if statement as well as your expression [RangeMin(1,setAnalysisExp)], works and gives 100% for the Performance Expression but the Partialsum in CHART does not work as I mentioned before.

I used Avg in the expression as below