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Rafaelb96
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Flat y axis

Hi, 

I am looking to show the trends of two different data sets (linked by ''Auction No.'') but somehow the y-axis is flat against the secondary y axis which is showing what I am looking for.

What do you suggest I do? 

Thank you!

auction results.pngrelationships.pngtcb results.png

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Rafaelb96
New Member

Hi Aandrade, 

 

I encounter the same issue I had last week whereby one of the lines ''Auction Results'' (y axis) is showing as falt over different events (Auction No) when I need it to show the average price as per events. So average of auction 1, then 2, 3, 4 etc. 
The TCB result (secondary y axis) is showing what I am looking for, the average prices as per auction No.

All settings look pretty similar for both data sets.

_AAndrade
Super User
Super User

Hi,

I didn't get your idea, but take a look if you have the same values in y-axis and second y-axis.

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