Pareto based on the higher percentage
Hi All,
i have data that is sorted by fault category (400+ categories) they are then sorted by the temperature (warm if greater than 24degC and cool if lower then 24degC) at the time of the fault.
What i would like to do is create a pareto based on the higher percentage of warm than cool. Any ideas?
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@SteveDOMOnoob sorry for being dense, what is the math you're trying to do?
the pareto takes one axis and one measure...
so if you take
sum(CASE WHEN WARM ... then 1 else 0 END)
/
sum(CASE WHEN COLD ... then 1 ELSE 0 END)
would that get the desired result?
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Thanks @jaeW_at_Onyx. As you have suggested i have used the below beast mode.
sum(CASE WHEN (CASE when`Temp`>=24 then 'warm' else 'cool' end)='WARM' then 1 else 0 END) / sum(CASE WHEN (CASE when`Temp`>=24 then 'warm' else 'cool' end)='COLD' then 1 ELSE 0 END)
this work perfectly to calculate the percentage. however when i look at the categories grouped it is adding the percentages. Any advice?
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sum(CASE WHEN (CASE when`Temp`>=24 then 'warm' else 'cool' end)='WARM' then 1 else 0 END) / sum(CASE WHEN (CASE when`Temp`>=24 then 'warm' else 'cool' end)='COLD' then 1 ELSE 0 END)
... uh ... no ... it's not adding percentages. it's just telling you that you have more Warm cases than cool cases. i.e. you have 15 cool cases and 30 warm cases.
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