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RADSr
Partner
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Status: New

I wanted to double-check my assumptions about the formula column, so I plugged the formula into the insight and carried it out to 30 places.    

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Editing to add a larger data sample.    Support is "doubling" down on this being a data type issue, but even if it is a data type issue the results below indicate that it's predictable ( even numbers before the decimal are being rounded down while odds round up ) and should therefore be controllable.   

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@JoeM  - is there a way to either convert this into a product idea or just replicate this thread under that heading?   

 

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RADSr
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Support has confirmed that this is not a data type issue and is a rounding rule issue.

Can we please make the rounding rule configurable?   

The default of "half even" is fine, but I need to be able to apply the rule the customer expects ( **especially** for comparisons to the same data in Excel ). 

 

RADSr
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Partner

Bump

RADSr
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Since this came up again at a customer today ( 11/8/23  ) I'm going to give this another bump.

JoeM
Community Manager
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@RADSr  - I'll share this with the team today. 

Not that this should be the solution, but I was able to get a possible workaround.

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For the third column, I created the formula:

round(
Percent.Percent.Percent * 100
)
 
Then put a % suffix on the number.
 
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