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I'm in a position where I need several panels in a dashboard to interact with eachother. For example, if a bar is clicked on panel A, then panel B and C update to show only data related to that bar. I think this is a very basic BI thing to do, but with all the extra coding that I'm doing this feels like a hack. And I would rather not code that way.
As an alternate I tried using the Tasks and Animations panel in HTML canvas, but to be honest I can't remember what the issue was there. Needless to say I was unsuccessful.
So... how do you folks do this? What are some pros and cons to these different approaches? Is there some other way to do this?
Whatever I've done seems like a hack and I have to think there is a better way. I think what I'm trying to do here (linking different panels) is the MAIN selling feature of a BI, and I can't help thinking that I'm going about this wrong.
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