In order to recreate the view that you require visually, I would use 'Measure Names + Measure Values' on one of the axis and use the Spend measure on the second axis. This way you can overlap the charts - see attached sample. Is that what you want?
As I understand, Multiple Mark Types option is visible only when you have Dual Axis selected.
Did you need further help on the calculations for Decreased and Increased spends too? If so, can you please attach the Tableau workbook so that I can help you with that?
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Siraj- Thank you so much. I had the formulas and felt like it should have been working but couldn't quite get it. The idea of filtering on the Measure Names (and not including the SPEND value) seemed counter intuitive.
I appreciate the help.
Nice work! Just an FYI, most** any green (continuous) pill on Rows or Columns can have its own Mark Type, in other words you can have multiple mark types without dual axes. I use them in cases such as having a bar chart side-by-side with shape marks for Key Performance Indicators.
** When you have a green pill on the Rows shelf and a green pill on the Columns shelf, Tableau assumes you are drawing a scatterplot and only lets you have one mark type. If you put those two pills on Rows or Columns, or add a third pill to either Rows or Columns, then you can have multiple mark types.
The one other "gotcha" here is that there can only be one Mark Type that applies to the instance of Measure Names/Measure Values in the view.