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Scatter Chart - configuration of Axis and double chart

Hi Community.

I created a scatter chart, and at the beginning it shows the axes centered in the middle of the whole graph, as in the image  "qw1"

But when I select a dimension, for example the year, month or some other filter, the calculation is correct but the crossing of the axes moves "qw2"

How Can I do for that the crossing of the axes is always in the center of the graph??, so that it does not move, the bubbles can move but not the AXIS. Any configuration to do?

On the other hand it is possible to place another similar chart on top of one, I need to make a comparison about the behavior of the bubbles from one year to another, In Excel I can do this and it looks like this image. Any ideas?
The red bubble is from the year 2018 and the transparent red bubble is from 2017  (check the imagen "qw3"


Thanks /Gracias

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The reference line is based on your expression you created it with. You could try changing your aggregation type. As for the comparing the periods this is easily done with the Set reference feature by right clicking on chart and making another selection to compare to.

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