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lolica10
Frequent Visitor

How do I create bar chart with multiple dimensions?

I have the following data:

MachineTimestampState
M1T10
M1T20
M1T30
M1T40
M2T11
M2T31
M3T10
M4T11
M4T20
M5T10

 

and would like to create bar chart like this. Can someone tell me if something like that is possible?

lolica10_0-1694616312458.png

 

 

 

Thanks!

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christinepayton
Super User
Super User

I don't think bar chart will let you, but you could use the bubble chart or a matrix with conditional formatting (with one in columns and one in rows and your numeric column in values).

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christinepayton
Super User
Super User

I don't think bar chart will let you, but you could use the bubble chart or a matrix with conditional formatting (with one in columns and one in rows and your numeric column in values).

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