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Hi,
Can someone please help me in displaying data label which is % value and that is also calculated and available in a calculated column. For ex:
TABLE FILE CAR
SUM
CNT.MODEL AS 'MODEL COUNT'
PCT.CNT.MODEL NOPRINT
COMPUTE PCTCNT/D8.2%=PCT.CNT.MODEL;
AS 'PERCENT'
BY CAR
END
Can PERCENT column be used to display it as label on the top of each bar. Because otherwise if i select data label show option it shows individual bar percentage which crosses over 100% but my expectation is to have all bars total % to be 100%.

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Should the result set be stored in a hold file and then to use it as actual field on the chart. If so too, how can we say data label to be displayed from a field?
 
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