5 Replies Latest reply on May 31, 2016 6:50 PM by msa s

# how to get same scale across x and y axis and identify circles ?

Where do i need to make change to get same scale ?

and how can we  differentiate which circle is bigger , for example if we have 100 small circles, how can we identify which one has high percent.do we need to hover on to each circle ?

• ###### 1. Re: how to get same scale across x and y axis and identify circles ?

Tharashasank Davuluru

Mahfooj Khan

Please suggest here may be i am missing something simple

• ###### 2. Re: how to get same scale across x and y axis and identify circles ?

You have 2015 black victims on size.  The scale is determined by the min/max values in that measure.  You can click edit the size and change from automatic to range so the large size isn't so huge.  You can also specify a fixed end to say maybe something like anything >50 is the same size.

You could also remove size completely and color on the percentage instead of the dimension.

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• ###### 3. Re: how to get same scale across x and y axis and identify circles ?

Yeah completely agree with @ADAM CRAHEN. If you follow the instruction given by him you'll get something like this.

It looks good when you range the size. Start with 0 and End with 50.

You can create your own thresholds to color the circles. As for example:

if SUM([Percent victims black]) / TOTAL(SUM([Percent victims black]))<=0.0025 then 'green'

else 'red' end

Or you can simply drag it from the column shelf using Ctrl key to color in marks card.

I hope you get the point.

Mahfooj

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