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The trick in this instance is to use the Measure Names and Measure Values to build the pie chart you need using multiple measures. The attached workbook has what I have managed to put together - does that help?
One advice however would be that this data is probably much better shown as bar charts for easier comparison (I'm sure you already know that!)
Hope that helps.
This is perfect! Thanks... exactly what I needed.
Can I be an absolute pain and ask how you created this? I tried replicating this on my version but I got as far as this (see below). The issue I have is having it all on one pie chart - as far I am aware, its exactly like your version... i.e. measure values/names in the same place... (sorry, I am completely new to Tableau!)
Ignore me! I figured it out/solved it!!! Had to remove 'Measure Names' from the rows! Too much Tableau for one day I think!!!
Thanks for all your help again, Siraj - very much appreciated!
Glad to hear you have resolved it. Have fun with Tableau!
How can we put Actual value and % value both in pie chart.. where pie chart has 2 measure value and there % value