07 Aug 2012
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I'm sure these have both been asked, but I do not see a way to search your forums.
I am looking to show a bar chart of "sales" over a six month period. So there are six vertical bars. Each month also has a goal. The goal is defined as the sum of each employee's personal goal. So If I had two employees in Month 1, and their goals were $100,000, then the goal is $200,000. In month 3 I add a new employee with a goal of $120,000 and now the goal is $320,000.
To help show this, I want to setup my chart as follows:
1) Six vertical bar charts with [Jan/Feb/Mar....] underneath.
2) A plotted point on the chart above or inside these bars indicating the goal for that month.
3) A tooltip on the bars themselves like "$205,302.02 in sales".
4) A tooltip on the indicators showing "$200,000 goal between 2 employee(s)"
So, the questions are:
#1 and #2 are easy, but I cannot figure out how to do these together.
# 3 is easy as it uses a template. But I cannot figure out #4. There's no template to show "2 employees" unless "2" is part of a data array, and if it is part of a data array, how can I use it in a tool tip and not show it on the chart otherwise?