Can you answer two questions regarding the conditional highlighting rules for graphs?
1. What is the maximum number of conditional highlighting rules (e.g., if cost is greater than $5000, highlight the graph component with hashmarks) you need to apply to a single graph?
2. A simple conditional highlighting rule has a unidimensional rule that needs to be met in order for highlighting to be applied to the graph component (bar, node, etc.). An example is “if cost is greater than $5000, then highlight with hashmarks.” The dimension is "cost is greater than $5000."
A complex conditional highlighting rule has more than one dimension for each highlighting scheme. An example is “If cost is greater than $5000 and region is exactly equal to South East, highlight the graph with hashmarks.” This rule has two dimensions; cost > $5000 and region = South East.
What is the maximum number of dimensions you would predict to need in the future if you were creating a complex conditional highlighting rule?
If I am confusing you, please ask for clarification. Many thanks for your help in advance!
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