Yes. Attached is an example using a parameter to switch the date level. This is a very simple example, and one I didn't spend a lot of time on. Its also a poor example simply because the chart looks the same at the monthly and weekly data (this is because the Coffee Chain data source has one data per month only in the data). But the concepts should be the same. Hope this helps.
You can choose to keep your two separate reports and use a sheet selector as you described, or you can build one sheet and control the level of detail with a parameter.
Thank you both for the prompt replies! I tried the knowledge article and everything was working great until I got to Step 9 and only one report would display. When I selected the other parameter value, the other report still would never appear. I doublechecked for spelling mistakes and I caught one, but after correcting that it still wouldn't work.
I tried Matt's example and that does work though. I'm not sure what was going on with the Knowledge Article method, probably user error. Thanks for your help!
I found this post and its comments super helpful in my current situation.
Thank you for asking this!