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Logically it is not possible,
You want to filter Campus data on Area selection
eg if you select C2 Area in filter it will show all the three campus coz Area C2 is in Campus 1 , Campus 2 and Campus 3
So to solve this query, you have to take Campus in details so that the scatter plot will plot C2 for Campus 1, C2 for Campus 2 and C3 for Campus 3.
Now your use as filter will work because you are specifically selecting C2 for campus 1, or 2 or 3.
Hope this clear your query.
I had the same thought process, but I was thinking there may be an unconventional workaround for this one. I have seen almost improbable questions being solved in the forum. Anyways, I really appreciate you taking time to answer my question. I will keep the question alive for now, but will make your response as the answer if I don't find any other inputs.
Again, thanks a ton for your quick response.
Thank you Tharashasank for taking time to help out with this one. Appreciate it. I will keep this discussion open for now, but if I don't have any other responses, I will mark your and Jaideep's responses as answers. Thanks again.