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Partner
Partner

Filter only one Chart

Folks,

One of the filters avaliable in my dashboard must filter only one chart. The user doesn't want to see its effect over the others elements in the dashboard.

Is it possible ?

Thanks.

Vinicius

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Specialist
Specialist

You can use Alternate state form Settings->Document Properties create 2 alternate states one for your filter & another one for chart and accordingly on your list boxes and charts you can use state whichever you have created

Regards,

Vijeta

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MVP
MVP

Don't understand your question properly... Do you want to enable/disable some chart based on some filter?

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Partner
Partner

Actually not.

What I want to do is when the user select one of the values available in filter box, it should only filter the data in one specific chart. All the other charts/tables on the dashboard souldn't be affected by this selection.

Is it possible to do ?

Thanks for your help.

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MVP
MVP

You need to create an alternate state

List box/filter box should be in that alternate state

and your data table which you want to change should be either in that alternate state or you need to use set analysis

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Vinicius

Have you looked at using Alternate States ?

This document Why Comparative Analysis - Technical Brief.pdf gives an explanation of it.

Best Regards,     Bill

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Vinicius

Have you looked at using Alternate States ?

Best Regards,     Bill

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Specialist
Specialist

You Should use Alternate States, like Bill and Manish says. In help you will get information about how it works.

We can help you in this work, but you should send a sample qvw.

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Creator III
Creator III

Hi Vinicius,

Try this

sum( {$<Module=,HourRange = {0}>} TransferCount)

i think it will help you, if not upload the expression.

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Employee
Employee

Vinicius,

Put an set analysis into all graphs that does not have to be filtered

sum({<Dim1=>}value) // Dim1 will not affect this expression

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Specialist
Specialist

You can use Alternate state form Settings->Document Properties create 2 alternate states one for your filter & another one for chart and accordingly on your list boxes and charts you can use state whichever you have created

Regards,

Vijeta

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