I am working with a bar graph, which shows probabilities of various events. See the attachment please. This graph currently shows probabilities for the entire population of patients.
At the same time, I also have a cohort of patients (subset of the entire population) for which I have the same probabilities calculated.
Is there a way to show, (using one graph; possibly tweaking the attached graph) how these probabilities for the cohort population contributed to the probabilities of the total population? I am thinking about some reference line for each bar in the graph.... possibly.
You can look into either using a combo chart with a second expression (display option symbol instead of bar) or a stacked bar chart (where you need to tweek the first expression to calculate only the additional part).
If you want more detailed help, it would be helpful if you could post some sample data or best a small sample application.