Hello Tommy Sims,
This can be done with some of the tricks outlined in the posts found here - https://community.tableau.com/search.jspa?q=conditional+formating and Conditional Formatting | Drawing with Numbers with specific focus on reviewing Jonathan Drummey's amazing viz found here: | Tableau Public
in the attached Viz, I utilized the techniques discussed in these other posts of using multiple axis. In this case we do not need dual axis per column as the view is pretty straight forward.
I've utilized sum([One]) three times on the Rows shelf to create three Rows - one for each Measure.
Day([Date]) spilts up the columns
and [Space] is just a partition for the rows/columns so the squares do not bleed over to other squares.
then we put the appropriate Measure on each Row Label mark and a conditional calculation for the comparison on the Color shelf - for instance for Color:
If Lookup(Sum([Clicks]),-1)>Sum([Clicks]) then "Red" else "Green" END
Finally, i have done a bit of clean up. I have set the Axis for each Row to be from 1 to 1, turned off the tick marks, and then manually renamed the title of each row to reflect the measure name.
You could use a dashboard with this view to clean up the labels more if you like and just float the string "Clicks", "Visitors", and "Views"
I hope this helps
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Thank you Patrick! I appreciate the thorough explanation and references.