I believe this requires underneath a certain number of data set.
I mean you have only one line item on respective Question ID, and you can not show the "shape" more than one in this case.
What Bora did under the link is to use underlying dimension to show one shape (as long as I understand).
In your case, I replicated your data x 10 to show at least 10 "shape" i one question ID.
Then follow the steps.
I already have 10 x data set and it looks like "0.1" is not working well, I used "1" instead.
Thanks. You obviously got it to work. I am still learning how to use the software, can you help me understand the underlying issue? It looks like to me all you did was added a new column (record number) with the #1 for every row. But, you then never used that field in the visualization. I am curious why is it that additional field helps even though it is not in the visualization? Thanks.
I have created additional "Line Items" for respective "Questions"
You can see each Question number has 10 line items.
(You r original data set has only one for each.)
Viz is showing "N" out of 10 for each Questions.
I do't think you can show 11 "people" from 10. But you can do that with adding one table of course.
If you have enough line items on respective questions without duplicating data, you can use that field.
BTW, could you mark my answer as correct to close the thread.
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Thanks. Can you help me understand why having those 10 rows is needed. I am a little lost. Thanks, Greg.
Each "People figure" represent one line item. How you can put more than one if you only have one?
I am also struggling with with creating this effect. I managed to make side-by sidebar-graphs that I'd like to fill with little people symbols. However, when I created the calculated measures, I just get a uniform line of symbols. I've added screen shots of my outputs and one of my calculations. I hope someone can tell me how to approach this.
Thanks for your time.
I'd like these bars to be filled with little people:
Instead, I get this:
or only slightly better, this...
I use this caluclation for both the Men and Women fields, respectivly.
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