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# Color a column chart based on another formula  Community Team Member

If you need to color columns in a column chart based on a different formula you will need to use the following solution.

For this example, we will color the columns that calculate [Total Cost] for the [City] by another value, that is calculated by the formula count([# Visits])

1. You need to create 5 additional formulas using the function QUARTILE

1. In the formula specify the following:

QUARTILE([Dimension], [Formula], 0)

[Dimension] - [City]

For the formula, it will be - [# of unique # Visits]

1. In the first formula, you need to define 0 quartile - it will return the minimum value

1. Copy the formula 4 times to get the values for all the quartiles. In each formula change the number of the quartile from 0 until 4. You will have the following formulas:

QUARTILE([Dimension], [Formula], 0)

QUARTILE([Dimension], [Formula], 1)

QUARTILE([Dimension], [Formula], 2)

QUARTILE([Dimension], [Formula], 3)

QUARTILE([Dimension], [Formula], 4)

Make sure you save all the formulas: 1. Go to the conditional formatting of the main formula in our case sum([Cost]) and modify the conditional formatting: 6. You will need to specify 5 conditions.

Specify the following formula for the first condition:

CASE

WHEN [# of unique # Visits] = [Quart0] THEN [Total Cost]

ELSE 0

END

Second condition:

CASE

WHEN [# of unique # Visits] <= [Qurt1] THEN [Total Cost]

ELSE 0

END

Third condition:

CASE

WHEN [# of unique # Visits] <= [Quart2] THEN [Total Cost]

ELSE 0

END

Fourth condition:

CASE

WHEN [# of unique # Visits]<=[Quart3] THEN [Total Cost]

ELSE 0

END

Fifth condition:

CASE

WHEN [# of unique # Visits] <= [Quart4] THEN [Total Cost]

ELSE 0

END

1. The [Quart0-4] (is the saved formula for the 0-4 quartile that we saved at step 4)

1. Specify the colors accordingly: 1. Make sure that all the conditions are set to equal: Then you can disable the formulas to leave only the relevant columns on the widget: As a result, you have columns that are colored according to the calculation in another formula: Version history
Last update:
‎10-19-2021 06:54 AM
Updated by: Contributors
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