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Visual based on 2 dates from different tables



I need to create a bar chart visual which captures data based in 2 seperate tables looking at 2 different dates (with the 'Year' being the X axis).


1. I need the Number of Apps ('App_no') within the 'Apps' table looking at the date variable 'App_In_Date'.

2. I also need to the Number of Apps ('App_no') within the 'TMJ_Checks' table looking at the date variable 'TMJ_In_Date'


So, if the Application was submitted in December 2020 I need that account to show on the 'App_In_Date' X-axis, but this job could have moved into the 'TMJ_Checks' in January 2021 so I would need this count to show on the 'TMJ_In_Date' X-axis,

So 1 count for December 2020 (App_In_Date: Year) and 1 count for January 2020 (TMJ_In_Date:Year)

I hope this makes sense. Any idea how I could go about doing this please? 

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Hi, @Anonymous 


As a general advise, please, provide:

1. Sample (dummy dataset) data as text, use the table tool in the editing bar
2. Expected output from sample data
3. Explanation in words of how to get from 1. to 2.

No need to show real data, you can always create some short dummy dataset to illustrate your issue.

It will increase your chances to get an answer as no one wants to retype your data from an image.

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