Donnerstag, 21. Februar 2013 19:23
I Need to create a Report where I Show a Chart where only half a doughnut is displayed... So the half doughnut is 100%... Probably you know this visualization from elections when the share of seats is displayed... It's not for that use case but it should look similar.
Any idea how to do that?
Freitag, 22. Februar 2013 03:44
Something of this sort? What version of SQL Server are you using this is possible in 2008 on
You can create a doughnut chart and also check the custom attribute properties, follow below link
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Freitag, 22. Februar 2013 07:47
so this is a typical dougnut Chart, I know how to build it. However what I Need is something like you would eat half of the dougnut (so you really do only see half of it) but still Show the percentage in the remaining part. So taking your sample Accessories are around 60%, Bikes 25% and Clothing 15%. It should look like a hidden 50%, Accessories 30%, Bikes 12.5% and Clothing 7.5%. If the percentages are displayed then I still should see the 60/25/15% so just adding that invisible 50% wouldn't help...
Mittwoch, 27. Februar 2013 07:34Moderator
From your description, you want to design a semicircular Doughnut chart which displays the right values as the common Doughnut chart. If so, I am afraid this cannot be done in SSRS currently.
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Mittwoch, 27. Februar 2013 17:29
This is a hack, but you could make the segments that you want to obscure, Fill="White" on a white background. I tried this and it works for me, but it might not be the exact effect you want.
Give it a try.