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## Percentages in rows instead of columns in Workspace

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dmg38199
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09-11-2016

Workspace percentages are always calculated top down. It would be very helpful to have row level percentage of total.

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MichaelWon
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10-11-2016

would love to have the choice, row or column

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mikethompson
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10-11-2016

This would be useful. I'm trying to figure out how the user of the report would know which way to read the %s though (would probably need some kind of visual clue).

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Brandon_George_
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10-11-2016

We believe we have a good way to solve this, using an option (so you can do row or column).  We will hopefully get to this soon, as we want to do it.

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I really, really, really need this.

We use stacked bar charts a lot and the %s used in them make absolutely no sense, because they're the %s of the entire table, not just the row.

Example: If I have my rows as a time granularity (day), revenue as my column metric, then apply 5 dimension values on top of revenue to have 5 columns, I get my basic stacked bar chart:

If I change the % chart setting to use %, I get this weird this:

These %s clearly do not represent the size of the revenue amount each day. My expectation is that a % is calculated for the row, for the day, and used in the charts.

I guess what we're asking for here is pivot table style options:

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