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Jeremy19
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Different filter levels in a visual

Hello, 

 

I want to analyze the performance of the players of a match on an X variable. For that, I would like to have one row per player with a point representing the value of the match for that player. However, I would like to compare this match with all the other matches they have played and therefore have on each row the other points of the other matches. Of course with a difference in color or size between the selected match and the others. I'm trying to do this with the "Box and Whisker by MAQ Software" visual but I can't seem to get both the players who played the selected match and the data from other matches?

 

Do you have a tip for doing this?

 

Thanks

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Jeremy19
Helper III
Helper III

An exemple of my data :

Player      Games     X

A              G1           10

A              G3           7

B              G1           5

B              G2           10

B              G3            12

 

And therefore have two rows (one for each player) with the point of the game selected in red for example, the other games that the player has played in gray and on the x-axis the value of x.

parry2k
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@Jeremy19 it will help if you post sample data in a table format with the expected output.



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