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## Working with two dims in a graph

I usually find confusing the representation of tow dimension in a graph.

I have only a expression, but two dims.

Is there any best practices in Qlickview to deal with 2 dims in a graph?

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can you give more example on the type of chart you are dealing with, if it is a straight or pivot chart then there are no problem, now sometimes with bar/line charts you face some issues, and what you can do is to create one dimension which is a concatenation of the 2 dimensions that you want to show.

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Hi Juan

What do you mean exactly. you can use in such cases the cyclic-group.

Beck

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can you give more example on the type of chart you are dealing with, if it is a straight or pivot chart then there are no problem, now sometimes with bar/line charts you face some issues, and what you can do is to create one dimension which is a concatenation of the 2 dimensions that you want to show.

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I am working with a bar graph, I think is the best graph to show the values with 2 dims, isn't it?

To make a cyclic-gruop is useful too.

If you have any other advice to visualize the data, tell me please...

Partner - Champion

Hi Juan,

can you post a example qvw? Do you want to display both of the two dimensions at the same time?

Andy

Anonymous
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I want to display both at the same time.

I would like to know the best practices in thsi cases

Thanks!!

Anonymous
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Can't you use 2 expressions and even colour them? It could be a solution.

Anonymous
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My expresion is very simple: sum(venta)

but I don't know what do yoy mean by using two expression

can you give an example?

Thanks

Anonymous
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Also you can try using treilis : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5-xEQKklMw

Or try using cyclic group: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEQy8JuMpp0

Or Animate 2nd dimension

Or select option in listbox (City or 2nd dim): Always one selected value

Anonymous
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HI Juan,

Did you tried "STACKED" option in bar chart? (under STYLE tab) .It may give you more ideas

-Jay

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