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JamGardner
Contributor III
Contributor III

Selecting Different measures from buttons

Hi All, 

 

I have a visualisation showing grouped performance for a particular measure and I want to be able to split the measure out; currently the measure is based on contacts to our company via calls and web based, I want end users of the app to be able to push a button(s) to change the chart to show either just calls or web contacts. I have previously done similar views using containers and multiple charts within the container creating a variable in the container to give the impression that pushing a button changes the appearance. 

I was wondering if there was a "slicker" way of doing this that doesn't require rebuilding of multiple charts (which may cause a slow down in performance)

Thanks

 

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mattphillip
Creator
Creator

I would add additional expressions to the chart and use the 'conditional' functionality to determine their visibility. Set up a variable to hold the value and use a couple of buttons with an action to change the value of the variable. This will enable you to change the content of a single chart object.

Hope this helps!

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mattphillip
Creator
Creator

I would add additional expressions to the chart and use the 'conditional' functionality to determine their visibility. Set up a variable to hold the value and use a couple of buttons with an action to change the value of the variable. This will enable you to change the content of a single chart object.

Hope this helps!

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JamGardner
Contributor III
Contributor III
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Thanks for the suggestion, I was unable to do this as I was using Vizlib and it had a limitation on the number of measures/dimensions I could add. I have opted for another method of displaying the data..but will keep this in mind for future projects. 

Thanks