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ksimpson50502
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Joining Visuals by Hierarchy - Bar Chart

I have been asked to recreate the following Tableau visual in Power BI. It was created years ago by a former coworker, and I do not know how to use Tableau. 

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I have the same measures calculated in my report, but they are currently being represented as individual bar charts. These are the problems I am facing:

- When I go to a different level in the category on one visual, it is not reflected in the other visuals (my hierarchy is essentially: Categroy>Segment>Brand Family>Brand>Item)

- When one visual is sorted it does not sort the rest in the same way (ex. If I wanted to sort descending by "Adds" I would want the Y axis for all visuals to respond accordingly)

 

I have tried to group the bar charts together but that doesn't seem to do anything other than I can move them together. Here is an example of my existing bar charts. Ideally I would want all Y axes to be the same, and only show the one on the far left.

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ksimpson50502
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Updating this in case anyone else has a similar issue. I ended up using the pivot table visual and adding bars to some of the columns to get the desired effect!

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v-stephen-msft
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Hi @ksimpson50502 ,

 

Glad to hear that your problem has been solved! Please mark your own reply as a solution. More people will benefit from it.

 

 

Best Regards,

Stephen Tao

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

ksimpson50502
Frequent Visitor

Updating this in case anyone else has a similar issue. I ended up using the pivot table visual and adding bars to some of the columns to get the desired effect!

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