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# Percentage Graph values

## Percentage Graph values

(OP)
Hi, I am trying to run a percentage graph. This is the scenario.
A = 2, B = 3 and C = 5.
The percent graph that i plotted shows the value 20% after A, 50% after B and 100% after C.
I basically want the actual values to be Displayed .ie A = 20%, B= 30% and C= 50%.
This might be an easy fix but i have tried my best but couldn't find a solution. I know that it is possible in Excel.
I would really appreciate any help
Thanks

### RE: Percentage Graph values

I'm assuming that A, B and C are different fields, not different values of the same field. Correct? Could you post your request, so we can see what is happening?

### RE: Percentage Graph values

(OP)
GRAPH FILE FMTL_2
SUM SUPERVISOR_CU AS 'Consistent Use' SUPERVISOR_IU AS 'Inconsistent Use' SUPERVISOR_NT
AS 'Not Trained'
BY DISTRICT
BY LOCATION2 AS 'LOCATION'
"District <DISTRICT - Supervisory Training "
ON GRAPH SET LOOKGRAPH HBRSTKPC
ON GRAPH SET GRAPHEDIT SERVER
ON GRAPH SET BARNUMB ON
ON GRAPH SET 3D OFF
ON GRAPH SET VZERO ON
ON GRAPH SET GRID ON
ON GRAPH SET GRWIDTH 0
ON GRAPH PCHOLD FORMAT PNG
ON GRAPH SET GRAPHSTYLE *
setMarkerDisplay(true);
setConnectLineMarkers(true);
setConnectScatterMarkers(true);
setO1LabelDisplay(true);
setO1AxisSide(0);
setO1MajorGridDisplay(true);
setO1MajorGridStyle(0);
setO1MinorGridDisplay(false);
setAxisAssignment(0,0);
setSeriesType(0,3);
setAxisAssignment(1,0);
setSeriesType(1,1);
setAxisAssignment(2,0);
setSeriesType(2,1);
setY1LabelDisplay(true);
setY1AxisSide(0);
setY1MajorGridDisplay(true);
setY1MajorGridStyle(0);
setY1MinorGridDisplay(false);
setTextFormatPreset(getY1Label(),2);
setPieFeelerTextDisplay(1);
setPieLabelDisplay(0);
setTextFormatPreset(getPieSliceLabel(),1);
setRiserBorderMode(1);
setSeriesDefaultTransparentBorderColor(true);
setUseSeriesBorderDefaults(true);
setLegendDisplay(true);
setFontSizeAbsolute(getY1Title(),true);
setFontSizeAbsolute(getY1Label(),true);
setFontSizeAbsolute(getY2Title(),true);
setFontSizeAbsolute(getY2Label(),true);
setFontSizeAbsolute(getO1Title(),true);
setPlace(true);
ENDSTYLE
ON GRAPH SET STYLE *
PAGESIZE='Letter',
LEFTMARGIN=0.250000,
RIGHTMARGIN=0.250000,
TOPMARGIN=0.250000,
BOTTOMMARGIN=0.250000,
SQUEEZE=ON,
ORIENTATION=PORTRAIT,
$TYPE=REPORT, GRID=OFF, FONT='TIMES NEW ROMAN', SIZE=10, BACKCOLOR='NONE', STYLE=NORMAL,$
LINE=1,
OBJECT=TEXT,
ITEM=1,
COLOR='BLACK',
STYLE=BOLD,
$TYPE=HEADING, LINE=1, OBJECT=TEXT, ITEM=2, COLOR='BLACK', STYLE=BOLD,$
LINE=1,
OBJECT=FIELD,
ITEM=1,
COLOR='BLACK',
STYLE=BOLD,
\$
ENDSTYLE
END
--------------------------------------------------------
When i run the above request, this is what i come up with - The end of Consistent Use is 69%, the end of Inconsistent Use is 94% and the end of Not trained is 100%..Basically i just want the actual % to be displayed on the Bar. I.E Consistent use - 69%, Inconsistent Use - 25% and Not Trained - 6%

### RE: Percentage Graph values

(OP)
You are correct, They are all different fields

### RE: Percentage Graph values

Unfortunately, what you want (individual percentages in a stacked bar) won't be available until release 7.6.1. In release 7.1.3, we added the capability to get individual values (NOT percentages) with the API setting:

setStackedDataValueSum(false);

With release 7.6.1, it will work with percentages, as well.

### RE: Percentage Graph values

(OP)
Thank you

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