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I am trying to create a dual axis graph. For example, the first Y-axis is a stack bar of RETAIL_COST colored by BODYTYPE. The second Y-axis is a line graph for SALES. Both the measures have COUNTRY on the X-axis. I am trying to find out if there is a way to apply the color on RETAIL_COST only. Not on the SALES. In the tool when I add BODYTYPE to Color bucket then it is applying to both the measures. Is there a D3 chart that anyone has used to accomplish the above scenario? Please let me know. If this has been already discussed in the forum then please point me to it. I could not find one. Thanks in advance.This message has been edited. Last edited by: FP Mod Chuck,
I am not aware of a way to put an image on a bar chart other than in the header. I attempted to use a DEFINE of a field that would substitue an image based on a TREND value but would not display. You can however use traffic light conditional logic on the trend field.
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