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Comination Graph that had Day Range and MTD calc per day.


I am having trouble figuring out how to do a Combination Graph.

For example, the user enters 12/22/04

BW Query has folowing columns:

Date Eff % Eff % MTD Eff %





12/1/2004 100% 100%

12/2/2004 99% 99.7%


12/22/2004 96% 98.7%

Please note the % have to be calculate for each MTD. That is not a simple average.

That Graph has a Bar for each day and a second axis that is a line for the MTD figure.

Please help


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    Posted on Jan 26, 2005 at 08:32 AM

    Hello Scott

    same has other response, use hidden KF. Use also 'cumulated' option if the bex.

    Date hit total % cumulatedhit cumulatedtotal %

    20040101 50 50 100 50 50 100

    20040102 100 90 90 150 140 93

    for the chart it is possible to have the first serie a column, second serie as a line.

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      The 'cumulated' as to be used in the key figures used to calculate the %. In the example above, the flag has to be on cumulatedhit and cumulatedtotal. The % is cumulatedhit percentage of cumulatedtotal.

      If you have another question please tell me more about your key figures Eff... so it would be easier to communicate.

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