# Stacked bar chart and writing value inside each bar and a value in top of the bar

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Bimal Ghimire 1 Sep 2020
댓글: Bimal Ghimire 7 Sep 2020
Here, I want to show each y value inside the resepective stacked bar without adding cumulatively..To show the
value properly (As some values are really large and some are small) , I multiplied and devided value accordingly. Still
values are not shown properly. Width of the bar is not sufficient to show the value also. Additionally,
I want to show E{i} on top of each stacked bar. Moreover, for a particular value of i=index, I want to display bar with differnt color.
I am new to matlab. I could not do all. I would really appreciate your response.
for i=1:20
A{i}=randi([100,1000]);
B{i}=randi([100,300]);
C{i}=randi([2,30]);
D{i}=randi([2,30]);
E{i}=randi([0,2]);
end
hold on;
index=10;
for i=1:20
y=[A{i}/5,B{i}/5,C{i}*5,D{i}*5];
bh = bar(i,y,'stacked','FaceColor', 'Flat');
% Choose a color map (using "lines" in this example)
if i~=index
colors = mat2cell(lines(numel(bh)),ones(numel(bh),1), 3);
set(bh, {'CData'}, colors)
else
colors = mat2cell(jet(numel(bh)),ones(numel(bh),1), 3);
set(bh, {'CData'}, colors)
end
% Compute the height of each segment and write text to plot
text(repmat(i,1,numel(bh)), y, compose('%.1f',y), 'Color', 'w', ...
'FontSize', 8, 'HorizontalAlignment', 'Center', 'VerticalAlignment', 'Top')
end

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dpb 2 Sep 2020
Actually, I forgot. Presuming you have at least R2019b (and maybe a release or two earlier, not sure when) TMW exposed the .X|YEndPosition values that are what you need...
Using the example for bar for stacked chart,
hBar=bar(y,'stacked');
hold on
arrayfun(@(i) text(hBar(i).XEndPoints,hBar(i).YEndPoints,num2str(hBar(i).YEndPoints.','%0.1f'), ...
'verticalalignment','top','horizontalalign','center'),[1:numel(hBar)])
yields
The value outside the bar can be done by using 'VerticalAlignment','bottom' and whatever value you desire to be displayed.
The problem of room is one I think can be solved by either making the axes wider or the font smaller if you insist on having that many bars on the plot--there are only so many pixels on the screen.
The only other idea is you could try to rotate the text 90 degrees so as to write vertically--but then yhou'll not have sufficient room in the smaller sections the other way, either.
Sometimes just try to cram too much into one figure...
Bimal Ghimire 2 Sep 2020
Thank you so much.
Bimal Ghimire 3 Sep 2020
for i=1:20
A{i}=randi([100,1000]);
B{i}=randi([100,300]);
C{i}=randi([2,30]);
D{i}=randi([2,30]);
E{i}=randi([0,2]);
end
hold on;
index=10;
numNearbyCHs=20
for i=1:numNearbyCHs
y=[A{i}/5,B{i}/5,C{i}*5,D{i}*5];
bh = bar(i,y,'stacked','FaceColor', 'Flat');
% Choose a color map (using "lines" in this example)
if i~=index
colors = mat2cell(lines(numel(bh)),ones(numel(bh),1), 3);
set(bh, {'CData'}, colors)
else
colors = mat2cell(jet(numel(bh)),ones(numel(bh),1), 3);
set(bh, {'CData'}, colors)
end
arrayfun(@(i) text(bh(i).XEndPoints,bh(i).YEndPoints,num2str(bh(i).YEndPoints.','%0.1f'), ...
'verticalalignment','top','horizontalalign','center'),[1:numel(bh)])
end
I followed your statements but why bar garph is not showing every value of i. Apart from that, value of array E is not part
of the graph but I want to show on top of the stacked bar. How it can be done? Is there a way to adjust bar width according to the content?
Thank you once again for the earlier reply.

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### 채택된 답변

dpb 3 Sep 2020
편집: dpb 4 Sep 2020
numNearbyCHs=20;
A=randi([100,1000],numNearbyCHs,1);
B=randi([100,300],numNearbyCHs,1);
C=randi([2,30],numNearbyCHs,1);
D=randi([2,30],numNearbyCHs,1);
E=randi([0,2],numNearbyCHs,1);
y=[A B C D].*[1/5 1/5 5 5];
hBar=bar(y,0.95,'stacked');
arrayfun(@(i) text(hBar(i).XEndPoints,hBar(i).YEndPoints,num2str(hBar(i).YEndPoints.','%0.1f'), ...
'verticalalignment','top','horizontalalign','center','fontsize',6,'color','w'), ...
[1:numel(hBar)])
text(hBar(end).XEndPoints,hBar(end).YEndPoints,num2str(E,'%0.1f'), ...
'verticalalignment','bottom','horizontalalign','center','fontsize',6,'color','k')
xlim([0.25 20.75]), ylim([0 460])
results in
I'll let you go fix up the colors as wanted; with the default figure size even widening the barwidth to 0.95, minimizing the whitespace on the x axis and going to 6-pt font barely gets the text in the bar. Looks like could have raised ylim a little more, too.
But, the basic code to to do what asked for..."salt to suit!" :)

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Bimal Ghimire 3 Sep 2020
you saved me! Thank you so much!
dpb 6 Sep 2020
Glad to help...have messed with bar a LOT over the years in forum to find workarounds -- it's much simpler now to do this since TMW finally exposed the needed properties/values. I'd like to think my ranting here about the poor user interface and missing feautres had some positive impact in getting that enhancement done! :)
Bimal Ghimire 7 Sep 2020
I am new to matlab. I did not have sufficient time to explore matlab. Thank you so much for your kind help.

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