# 2024 Week 15 | Sigma: Can you identify the top, average, and bottom profitable customers?

## Introduction

This week, we’re building a staple in my bar chart library: Top, Bottom, and Other Values. I often use this bar chart to easily show the breadth of the outliers while not losing sight of the typical. This challenge is also a great example of the flexibility of modeling at different levels of granularity within tables and visual elements!

Have fun!

-Katrina

Note: You will only have view access to WOW Workbooks, Folders, and Workspaces, not edit access. Please create your WOW Workbooks under “My Documents.” We suggest creating a folder to organize all your workbooks.

## Requirements

• Add a data table element from the Plugs Electronic
• Sigma Sample Database > Retail > Plugs Electronic > PLUGS_ELECTRONICS_HANDS_ON_LAB_DATA
• Create a calculation for the Average Profit Per Order for each Customer Name
• Note: You can use the Profit Metric or a Profit Calculation of Sum(([PRICE] – [COST]) * [QUANTITY])
• Create a Bar Chart that shows:
• Who are the top five and bottom five customers, and what is their Average Profit Per Order
• And the Average Profit Per Order for all other customers not in the top or bottom five
• Apply a Store Region and Store State filter
• Note: The customers and values change when filters are applied
• Formatting:
• Match the Title and Sub-title
• Color the Top, Other, and Bottom Customers
• You can use any colors you’d like
• I used Top: A0CBE8, Other: B4B4B4, Bottom: FF9D99
• Remove tick marks and grid lines
• Remove X-Axis label
• Label all of the middle of the bar with the Average Profit Value in whole dollars
• Bar Gaps: Medium
• Remove Legend
• Optional: Make the number of customers variable
• Hide the Data Tab
• Match the visible tab with elements and title

## Dataset

Sigma Sample Database > Retail > Plugs Electronic > PLUGS_ELECTRONICS_HANDS_ON_LAB_DATA

## Share

After you finish your workout, share on LinkedIn, Sigma’s Community page, (or Twitter) using the hashtags #WOW2024 and #SigmaComputing, and tag Ashley Bennett, Eric Heidbreder, and Katrina Menne!

Create an interactive, sharable version of your solution here.

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