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abaxter
Fluorite | Level 6

Hi everyone, I think there has to be a way to do this, but I can't quite get there on my own.  Here's the problem I'm trying to solve: I have a graph with a categorical data item on one axis.  I would like the graph to display two values of the categorical variable--one selected by the user and another that would be constant across users (i.e., one that I choose as the designer).  I was thinking that there might be a way to create a custom category that combines the parameter with the user's choice with the constant choice. Or maybe there's a completely different way to approach.  Curious what everyone would try.  I'm using VA 8.3.1.  Thanks so much! -Andy

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abaxter
Fluorite | Level 6

Thanks to @jaseit , this one turned out to be pretty easy to solve.  Use an advanced filter on the object to restrict to the parameter and the value the designer chooses.

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abaxter
Fluorite | Level 6

Thanks to @jaseit , this one turned out to be pretty easy to solve.  Use an advanced filter on the object to restrict to the parameter and the value the designer chooses.

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