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joninmichigan
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Month & Year Stacked Column Chart

Hello,

I need to create a visulaization that shows the attached, but has one year next to another one, by month. In the attached example, I need it to show Janaury, with one bar on the left being 2019, and one next to it on the right showing 2020. How can I easily do that? Thanks! s1.png

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amitchandak
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@joninmichigan , on way is use month year column

Month Year = FORMAT([Date],"mmm-yyyy")
Month Year sort = FORMAT([Date],"yyyymm")

 

Sort month year on month year sort

 

Another option is two have both year and month on axis and sort by those. and Concatenate label - off

Concat2.png

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@joninmichigan , on way is use month year column

Month Year = FORMAT([Date],"mmm-yyyy")
Month Year sort = FORMAT([Date],"yyyymm")

 

Sort month year on month year sort

 

Another option is two have both year and month on axis and sort by those. and Concatenate label - off

Concat2.png

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