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None of the above, continue with my search. I have 2 categorical variables X1 and X2. I want to produce a clustered, or stacked bar chart where the percentages are based on the total population of each category in a cluster. That is, I want a total for each X-axis category.
How can I do this? The number of cases used for the categories is based on the total number of cases on the category axis.
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Therefore, it is necessary to restructure your data to create the clusters as desired. This can be done without restructuring your data in SPSS The data element properties allow you to change the statistic associated with a data element and to modify properties specific to a data element type e.
Set up your clustered or stacked bar in the Chart Builder. Select the Bar data element and set the Statistic to Percentage? Need more help?
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Clustered bars with percent based on total of each categorical group. Resolving The Problem The number of cases used for the categories is based on the total number of cases on the category axis.
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