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ldacey
Advocate I
Advocate I

Synchronizing the secondary y-axis with the primary axis

I created a Bar+Line graph with the bar on the primary axis and the line on the secondary axis. 

 

I am displaying the actual metric on the primary y-axis and the forecasted metric on the secondary y-axis. How can I force the secondary axis to be synchronized with the primary?

 

My issue is that when I drill down into a dimension, the actual performance might show a value like 10, but then the forecasted line graph might be at 15 but it would display lower than the actual value. The cause of this is that the secondary y-axis is scaled differently so it throws out any intuition of actual vs forecast that you would get from glancing at the chart.

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Baskar
Resident Rockstar
Resident Rockstar

cool dude i got it , got it .

 

 

for this my solution is obviously we cant do this. 

we can set static start and end point for both ,but that make no sense that i know .

 

sorry dude , i cant help u . even power BI also can't help i think so :-(((((((((((((((

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