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Helper III
Helper III

Pie chart support

Need help with creation of pie chart

 

I have SharePoint list with Below column:

1. Read = Yes/No

2. Ack = Yes/No

3. Closed = Yes/No(True/False)

 

I want pie chart which will display all 3 columns as percentage or count.

 

Please help as soon as possible. 

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@fd00094 
You are clearly adept at this so I will show you how to make the Acknowledgments chart and you can do the rest 😀

 

We need to add an additional column to the collection.  Use this modified code for Acknowledgments.

AddColumns(
    AddColumns(
        GroupBy(
            Filter('Task Tracker',Title='Document Title'.Selected.Result),
            "Acknowledge_x0020_By_x0020_Me",
            "ByAck"),
        "AckCount",
        CountRows(ByAck),
    "ChartLabel",
    'Acknowledge By Me'& ": " & AckCount
)



To show the correct label simply change the Labels property to 'ChartLabel'.  (My picture has the wrong name, whatever... lol).

Untitled.png

 

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@fd00094 

Please provide a sample of how the chart should look and the data used to build it.  Pie charts typically only use data from a single column so that's why I don't understand what you need.

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data.JPG

 

 

@mdevaney  Above is my data
When User click on Title , I want to display Read(True) percentage, Ack(true) % and Isclosed(true) percentage for that particular title in single pie chart is this possible or any alternate suggestion to display this please.

Thanks for Your help.

 

 

 

@fd00094 
Can you please show an example of what the pie chart would look like for this data?

 

Typically, a pie chart would only show data from a single column. (100%)

I cannot picture how a pie chart would calculate the percentages for 3 columns (300%)

 

Thanks in advance 🙂

 

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Hi,

 

Can you guide me on how to show percentage for single column
eg. for read column , True 60% and False 40%

 

And is it possible to have 3 buttons for Read , Write and Closed and when i click on Read it should display true/false percentage for closed field and selected title in pie chart

@mdevaney  

Thanks

@fd00094 

As you can see from my code below the code is quite complex.  In my opinion, best to get this working for only 1 option and then figure out the final 2. 

 

Please put this code in the OnSelect property on a button and click it to make the collection.  Then place a pie chart on the screen and load the data.  Let me know the result.

 

ClearCollect(
    RenameColumns(
        AddColumns(
            GroupedPieChartData,
            DropColumns(
                AddColumns(
                    GroupBy(your_datasource_name,"Acknowledge","GroupedItems"),
                "Count Value",CountRows(GroupedItems)
                ),
            "GroupedItems"
            ),
        "Percent",
        'Count Value'/CountRows(your_datasource_name)
    ),
    "Acknowldge",
    "Category"
);

 

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Hi, I will try below solution but for now i have changed my requirement. I will create 3 pie charts for 3 columns and i will show count only, I am bale to achive this using Addcolumns parts only but now my concern is How to rename lables.

I have 2 results Yes and No, it shows count like 1 and 5 with different colour but how to show names along with count.

@mdevaney 

 

And if i changed Pie chart to some other chart like column chart is it possible to show all 3 scenarios.

@fd00094 

Since you have changed direction I would ask that you please share the code you ended up using to create the collection.  I would also like to see a screenshot of the chart so I can visualize what you are talking about.

 

No, there is no chart that will show 'multi-dimensional' data like you are asking for.

 

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My Formulas
Read : AddColumns(GroupBy(Filter('Task Tracker',Title='Document Title'.Selected.Result),"Read_x0020_By_x0020_Me","ByRead"),"ReadCount",CountRows(ByRead))

 

Ack: AddColumns(GroupBy(Filter('Task Tracker',Title='Document Title'.Selected.Result),"Acknowledge_x0020_By_x0020_Me","ByAck"),"AckCount",CountRows(ByAck))

 

Closed : AddColumns(GroupBy(Filter('Task Tracker',Title='Document Title'.Selected.Result),"IsClosed","ByClosed"),"ClosedCount",CountRows(ByClosed))

 

and chart is dash.JPG

 

Here 5 is NO and 1 is YES

I want to display Labels as Read Yes : 1, Read No : 5  for each and every column

 

@mdevaney 

 

@fd00094 
You are clearly adept at this so I will show you how to make the Acknowledgments chart and you can do the rest 😀

 

We need to add an additional column to the collection.  Use this modified code for Acknowledgments.

AddColumns(
    AddColumns(
        GroupBy(
            Filter('Task Tracker',Title='Document Title'.Selected.Result),
            "Acknowledge_x0020_By_x0020_Me",
            "ByAck"),
        "AckCount",
        CountRows(ByAck),
    "ChartLabel",
    'Acknowledge By Me'& ": " & AckCount
)



To show the correct label simply change the Labels property to 'ChartLabel'.  (My picture has the wrong name, whatever... lol).

Untitled.png

 

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