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srinivaschary
Calcite | Level 5

Hi

Could you please help me quickly while am building dual axis bar chart...trend line showing at bottom, not trend pls help

 

Data 

ProductGRO-PremSA%
A20561000004%
B795010000016%
C44501000009%
D85255000017%
E884910000018%

 

in SAS:

In SAS.PNG

Expected:

 

Expected result.png

 

 

Srinivas

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ShivamKS
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi

 

In your custom bar line chart, change the axis of the line chart to Right Y-axis and ensure to edit the role of the bar chart to have "Allow multilple Data assignement" selected.

 

Line Chart: On Properties Tab of custom chart

 

Line Chart mod.PNG 

 

Bar Chart: On Roles Tab of Custom Chart

 

bar chart mod 1.PNGbar chart mod 2.PNG

 

The final assignement of roles on the custom chart:

 

final roles.PNG

 

Will give you the required result:

 

Final chart.PNG

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Lodewijk
Obsidian | Level 7

You have to make sure that GRO-prem and SA both share the left-hand y-axis, and the %-age measure needs to use the right-hand y-axis. Right now GRO-prem and SA define the axes, and that pushes the percentage line to the bottom.

srinivaschary
Calcite | Level 5

Thanks for reply, Am trying to the same way but % should come line chart. Gro-Pre and SA should come bar charts,

 

 

Thanks,
Srinivas

ShivamKS
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi

 

In your custom bar line chart, change the axis of the line chart to Right Y-axis and ensure to edit the role of the bar chart to have "Allow multilple Data assignement" selected.

 

Line Chart: On Properties Tab of custom chart

 

Line Chart mod.PNG 

 

Bar Chart: On Roles Tab of Custom Chart

 

bar chart mod 1.PNGbar chart mod 2.PNG

 

The final assignement of roles on the custom chart:

 

final roles.PNG

 

Will give you the required result:

 

Final chart.PNG

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