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• ###### 15. Re: NPS Score Via Donut Chart

Just wanna thank you for your help and support.You are truly an amazing Tableau Viz Guru

• ###### 16. Re: NPS Score Via Donut Chart

Is there any way to start at 0. My variable starts at 0. I know it should start at -100, but there is a way to use 0 as a start.

• ###### 17. Re: NPS Score Via Donut Chart

Yes, would require some changes to the calculated fields. I'd suggest downloading the sample workbook and giving it a try. Let us know if you run into problems.

• ###### 18. Re: NPS Score Via Donut Chart

Hi Ken,

I tried your approach by following the steps from your blog, Thank you so much for that.  but for some reason my gauge is rotated by 90 degrees in a clockwise direction

I want to Show 0-100% on the Gauge chart. how do i do it? Currently I am just trying some sample data which is calculated in Tableau. I have attached my twbx file.

• ###### 19. Re: NPS Score Via Donut Chart

If you're looking to create a percentage gauge then I'd suggest taking a look at this instead: Percentage Gauges in Tableau - Ken Flerlage: Analytics Architecture, Strategy, & Visualization

• ###### 20. Re: NPS Score Via Donut Chart

Thanks Ken, I used the Percentage Gauge steps but still my Pie is rotated by 90 degrees in a clockwise direction .

• ###### 21. Re: NPS Score Via Donut Chart

Can you share a sample workbook?

• ###### 22. Re: NPS Score Via Donut Chart

Here it is, thanks Ken.

• ###### 23. Re: NPS Score Via Donut Chart

You have Color at the top on the marks card and it's set to sort it it manually, which is causing this issue. Drag Slice # up so that it's above Color. This will cause Slice # to take precedence, which will lead to the slices being ordered properly.

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• ###### 24. Re: NPS Score Via Donut Chart

Such a simple fix it was! Thank you so much Ken

• ###### 25. Re: NPS Score Via Donut Chart

No problem!

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