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bdehning
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Post Prodigy

Enhanced Line and Clustered Column Chart with Table

I have the Definite Logic Stacked Column or Clustered Column Chart with Table.  

 

Is there a visual like that that allows for expanded table like example below.  Currently I use Clustered Column Chart and Matrix Table.  

 

It would be nice if table values lined up under thier corresponding column like we see in Excel.  

 

bdehning_0-1690739981192.png

 

  

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cpearson
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Resolver I

You can change the sort order of the columns in your chart to be alphabetical based on your X axis field. 

 

cpearson_0-1690747937771.png

Then you could try and size the chart and the table columns to align.

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cpearson
Resolver I
Resolver I

When you say "user can select their choice" do you mean clicking on a value or column in one of the visuals to apply a filter? If so you could edit interactions to force one to highlight the other instead of filtering out the other values?

cpearson
Resolver I
Resolver I

You can change the sort order of the columns in your chart to be alphabetical based on your X axis field. 

 

cpearson_0-1690747937771.png

Then you could try and size the chart and the table columns to align.

I forgot ahout ToolTip to add a field to sort on which solves the issue of sorting on the same field for Chart and Table.  My problem is that a user can select their choice for the report, so results in Chart and Table change and vary by person, so no way to line up table to chart? 

 

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