# Performance calculation

Hi All,

I have scores of say, n employees and the scores are in the range of 0-100. Each employee will have a set of scores which he secured over a time period. For a selected time period, I want to know what was the “best”, “average” and “below average” score when all the employees scores are considered. For example, I want a graph which will tell like the “best score” is above 65 and the number of employees who got above 65 are so much people, average is above 40 and the number of employees in that group and the last is below average.

I created percentile25, percentile75 calculated fields to get the score cut off for best and average. Then I created another calculated field named performancemetric which compares like,
ifelse
(
SCORE<=PERCENTILE25, ‘WORST’,
SCORE>PERCENTILE25 AND
SCORE<PERCENTILE75, ‘AVG’,
SCORE>=PERCENTILE75,‘BEST’,
‘UNKOWN’
)
I am able to display the data in tabular form. The tabular form is like group by performancemetric and name. The value field is avgscore of that employee. It clearly shows whether an employee is best/average/worst. But what I need is the count by performancemetric. How this can be depicted in a graph?

Any help will be much appreciated

Hi,

Thanks for reaching out. Can you explain a bit more about how the table is structured and what the expected output would look like and what the underlying data looks like. I suspect there may be a solution here in creating another field with countif() function or using an if statement and assigning a value of 1 and then summing them up but I’m not entirely sure what the final table structure is you are looking for.

Best,
Sean

Thanks for the reply. This visual is no longer needed now as we conveyed the information in another way