There are probably ways to do this, but it's hard to explain without seeing your data or a workbook. Is that something you could attach?
if the number of labels going to be fix. Lets say 24 then you can use option to show all labels with overlap and then manually hide alternate label.
Right Click Label --> Mark Label --> Never show
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here is an approach
this will get you every other value labeled - if you want every 3rd the change the %2 to %3
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super interesting approach. BUT, i have a parameter with 3 different number formats, %, $ and just plain number... so i have to create a label for each calculation
then i format the new label calculation....
would i need to create this calculation for each calculation, could i incorporate your formula into this label calculation?