I'm trying to make a simple pie chart that shows what percentage of items are owned by a specific user, however, no attempt to group by count of items works. Take the following simple example:
Bob should have 50% of items, and Mary and Jon 25% each. However, no matter what the selected aggregation method chosen is, it always sums the values of the items if they can be cast to numbers.
The only way to actually get it to function as expected is to remove the dataset, and add a blank one - now we get the chart showing as expected. See:
Is this by design, or is it an unexpected behavior?
HI there! I was able to reproduce your results and found out some information for you. Our pie charts are built upon the plotly library and plotly is expecting the data that gets passed in to be in a specific format. Specifically, the labels and values should be arrays of equal length. So in your case, when you use the dataset values plotly tries to combine Bob's items in a logical way, by returning the sum of the values. When no values are given, the default plotly behavior is to return the count as the value. In any event, to ensure that your charts receive the correct data and you can be sure of the behavior we recommend something along the following lines.
We can then use the keys and values of the returned object to populate the graph.