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Clicking of a graph affects another graph

Hi All,

  Can anyone help me sort this issue pls. I have had this issue but tried the same thing i did then to resolve the issue, but it still persists. I have to two line graphs on a sheet, when i click a button on one of the graph and a click a button on  the other graph, it influences and inflates the figures on the first clicked graph. Please help!! sunnystalwar1‌ @omar ben Salem

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sunny_talwar

I think the issue is not the data... it is the sorting which changed because you used this expression

match([RESOLVE_TIME],'May-16','Jun-16','Jul-16','Aug-16','Sep-16','Oct-16','Nov-16','Dec-16','Jan-17','Feb-17','Mar-17','Apr-17','May-17','Jun-17')

try to change it to this

match(Only({1}[RESOLVE_TIME]),'May-16','Jun-16','Jul-16','Aug-16','Sep-16','Oct-16','Nov-16','Dec-16','Jan-17','Feb-17','Mar-17','Apr-17','May-17','Jun-17')

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sunny_talwar

Would you be able to share your app to show the issue?

OmarBenSalem
Partner - Champion II
Partner - Champion II

The button in the second chart is a dimension; suppose it's Month field dimension.

To prevent it from affecting the first chart; add to your measure (of the first chart) Month=

exp:

sum({<Month=>}sales)

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Please find the attached. Its the "Life science cloud Dashboard" sheet. Thanks

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Hi Omar,

  Thanks for replying. Tried it but still not working.

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You can find the app attached above, Thanks

sunny_talwar

I think the issue is not the data... it is the sorting which changed because you used this expression

match([RESOLVE_TIME],'May-16','Jun-16','Jul-16','Aug-16','Sep-16','Oct-16','Nov-16','Dec-16','Jan-17','Feb-17','Mar-17','Apr-17','May-17','Jun-17')

try to change it to this

match(Only({1}[RESOLVE_TIME]),'May-16','Jun-16','Jul-16','Aug-16','Sep-16','Oct-16','Nov-16','Dec-16','Jan-17','Feb-17','Mar-17','Apr-17','May-17','Jun-17')

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Genius you are!!!. What does the ONLY function do pls??

sunny_talwar

Its not the Only which did the trick, its actually the set analysis {1} which ignore any or all selections. The reason I had to use Only was because I cannot use set analysis without some kind of aggregation....