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Here's one way how to do it, presuming Actual Value and Average value are two different measures:
1. Put your date dimension on Columns.
2. Put your first measure on Rows/
3.Drag your second measure to the upper left of the axis legend, where Tableau will show two translucent green bars:
4. Let go of the pill and Tableau will create a Measure Names/Values chart:
An alternative with the dual axis-chart would be to right-click on the right-axis and choose "Synchronize Axis".
Hope this helps!
So simple, yet somehow so un-intuitive!
Yeah, it's so almost there in terms of findability.
On Thu, Oct 31, 2013 at 12:07 PM, scott scottson <
I know this is an old thread, but it still solves part of my problem. The only other thing I would like to do is edit the line settings (varying widths, with/without data point markers). Is that possible using this technique? It didn't appear to be from my quick looking as the changes in line settings affect all lines.
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ridiculous that I had to google for this . but glad I found it.
Brilliant! Thanks for sharing. I never would have found this otherwise.
3 years later, I have the same question as to how I differentiate the shapes. I see no way that I can alter this....
Thanks for the answer! Been battling with this - was trying to combine two dual axis graphs (4 measures) into one graph and acutally got to the point of assuming it could not be done!
Agree with Scott - simple, but so unintuitive!!
Guess, when you know...you know hey! ;-)