# Creating Percent of Total Bar Graphs

I found a nice video on the Percent of Total bar graph but when I use it I don't seem to have the same options for including various series of data as the values / goals etc.  The video shows a Actual Value data series and a Target Value data series but I don't see any graph that performs that way.

What I'm trying to do...

I have a text column that shows whether a quality measure was 'Met' or 'Not Met'.  I want to show a bar graph of how often we met the goal as a percentage of total (met + not met).  I created a beast mode column that has a 1 for every time we Met the goal.  I created a second beast mode column that has a 1 for ever opportunity (met + not met).  What I want to do now is show my Met column divided by my Total column in a bar graph

While I'm asking - the next step is to repeat this for several measures so I can show whether Bob met quality measure 1, 2, 3, 4 etc.

Craig

• domo

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Hi @cyork21 it looks like you might be using a different chart than what is being demonstrated in the video. Can you double check the chart type you're using? It should be a "Bullet" chart (highlighted below).

Thank you,

Creed

• domo

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Can you share the link to the video so we have a better understanding?

Thanks!

Dani

• You realize this question hasn't been answered right?  The link I provided is exactly what I want to do but the control showed in the video doesn't work the same when I pick the percent of total graph in Domo.  Either I'm missing something obvious or the control changed / is broken.

• domo

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@cyork21

I have forwarded the thread to an internal team that manages our videos and we are looking in to this.  We will try and close the loop with you shortly.

• That's it - Thank you!

• domo

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Thanks @cyork21,

We are looking to update the video based on your feedback so this point is clearer. In the meantime, if @creed solved the problem, please mark his answer as the solution by clicking "Accept as Solution" so others may benefit from this conversation.

Regards,
Dani

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