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Anonymous
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Two bar charts sharing one scroll bar

I need to show two bar charts with the same categorical axis. I have tried to get both charts in the same visualization, but I havent managed, so now I have two visualizations one next to the other as shown in the screenshot. 

 

The problem that I have now is that the number of categories is very large, so there are scroll bars for both plots. I would like that when I scroll in one of the plots, the other one changes automatically. Alternatively, I would also be happy if I could get both charts in the same visualization, as I was trying to do in the first place. In that case, both plots would share a single scroll bar and that would be even better. 

 

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v-frfei-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

We can make the both visuals sorted by the category in your scenario.

 

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v-frfei-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

We can make the both visuals sorted by the category in your scenario.

 

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v-frfei-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

We can create a bridge table to work on it.

Bridge = DISTINCT(UNION(VALUES(avail[index]),VALUES(duration[index])))

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After that, we can use the index column in the bridge table as X-axis to work on it.

 

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Anonymous
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Thanks @v-frfei-msft. Both "availability" and "duration" belong to the same table in my example. Does it make sense to build this Bridge in that case? 

parry2k
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@Anonymous you can use databar in table or matrix visual using conditional formatting.



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thx

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