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I need to obtain a chart identical to this one but I want show values not %
I’m using Power BI Report Server not Power BI Desktop.

I appreciate any help you can give me.

Joao Monteiro

Hi @JoaoMonteiro. Not sure if Tabular Editor works with PBIXs developed/deployed to Power BI Report Server, but if so, then you may be able to leverage calculation groups to set the formatting string in a fashion similar to today’s Havens Consulting video.
Adding Dynamic Multi Value Data Labels to Visuals - YouTube
Hope this helps.

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Hi @Greg

I don’t think I can use the Tabular Editor with the Power BI Report Server, however I am very grateful for the video you shared.
Thank you

Joao Monteiro

@JoaoMonteiro ,

This can more than likely be accomplished in Charticulator. Please post a PBIX file, and I would be happy to put something together.


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Hi @JarrettM ,

I had also thought about using the Charticulator, but the problem is that I must use Power BI rs, in addition, we do not have permission to install any visual on our machines.

Joao M

@JoaoMonteiro ,

Can you please post a work-in-progress PBIX? I have a couple of kludgy ideas I want to test that fall into the “it’s not stupid if it works” category.

  • Brian

Hi @BrianJ ,

I cannot send the original PBIX file for compliance reasons, but the one I send serves exactly the same purpose.
Sales Demo.pbix (5.0 MB)

I really appreciate your effort.
Thank you very much


@JoaoMonteiro ,

Thanks for the file. My kludgy idea of overlaying multiple charts didn’t work. The only other thing I can think of since Charticulator is not an option is R. You can create R visuals within PBI without installing any custom visual files. You’ll just need the base R installation and the ggplot2 package. Ironically, R defaults to the raw numbers in the data labels for this type of chart, and you have to do a bit more work to get % labels.

I hope this is helpful.

  • Brian

@JoaoMonteiro The other work around would be to make use either of the Report level tooltips or just the default tooltips to show the Values.