I want to make a scatter plot, whereby the parameters for each of the X and Y axes are selectable, rather than fixed. I have therefore created a single parameter column called 'ParamList' with each of the 'real parameters' [e.g. speed, pressure, temperature, etc.] transposed, forming a single column 'sub-parameter list' [using Alteryx to 'feed' Qlikview] and a second column for the value of each [all numeric].
This method allows me to have a list box with 'ParamList' as dimension whereby I can then select the required item [sub-parameter] for plotting. This method works really well for 1-D histograms where 'ParamList' is the expression [histogram chart being conditionally visible when only one such selection is made].
However, I now want to make a 2-D scatter plot in much the same way, using the above selection as X-axis. That will necessitate adding a second list box with the same 'ParamList' as dimension to form the Y-axis values, but in an alternate state to avoid being limited by the X-axis selection. In this way, the user can make both X and Y axis selections.
However, I'm stuck on how to assign one axis as an expression based on the 'Param' data filtered in the default state, and the other axis based on the same 'Param' Parameter list but using the selection from another alternate state, to which I have assigned the second list box. Help appreciated.
Of course, it could be that there's a much better way of achieving the same thing, and I'm open to ideas. In the past I tried having all parameters [e.g. speed, pressures, temperatures] in separate columns [i.e. each one as it's own independent parameter], and a cyclic group to select, but that required a lot of maintenance as the list of parameters is not always fixed, and the right-clicking on the cyclic arrow wasn't intuitive to people, who then found themselves left-clicking to cycle through a long list of parameters to find what they wanted.