Not sure if I understood what you are looking to achieve. Based on my understanding of your question, here's my suggestion:
You need to create the visuals on the same sheet, then right-click on the axis, select Dual Axis. After doing that, right-click on the axis again to select 'Synchronize Axis.'
Feel free to share your workbook.
Please share some sample data to get a definite solution.
I have been Photoshopping a bit and I show how would I like to see the result (though using only three measures).
Instead of those lines I would like to have circles. That is what I am able to do. But I want the circles sizes for each measure being independent and tied with particular user (friend). Lets see example.
The progress of the line (or dotted line) shows how many points got for example friend Bob during the EURO in the moment. Lets say after 20 games he has had 42 points. And the size of each circle means how many points he got in the particular game. So he got 3 points for this game so the circle size should be bigger then in other game when he had scored zero.
I can achieve this only when I put one user in the graph.
But when I put all the users in one graph together by dragging Measure Values to rows, I am able to apply only one measure to set the circles sides. I am not able to tie Bob's progress to Bob's points in particular game and lets say Vadim's progress to Vadim's points in the game. For when I drag the measures with particular points per a game, only one of them applies to all the cumulative measures.
As I am not sure how to export tableau file, I attach the original one where all the data are on sheet F.
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thank you for the reply, have had busy day, I will try to work out the pilot possibility. At the moment I just have to say the picture of yours does not show what I wish as an outcome.
For as you can see at my "this is what I want" collage, the points amount of users should rise during the games as they keep scoring points. When they score more (bigger circles) for they hit the right winning team, their points rise. When they do not score (small circles), their overall score is the same for next game. But the line, or hypothetical line between the circles should never fall down.
I may also say what the outcome should tell. For example when there is an area of small circles only for all users, it tells that it was surprising game and an outsider won - so all of us had bad bets. If there are all big, it tells that probably favorite has won. And when the size of circles differs, it means someone has had good guess and some other has bad guess for the result of the game.
That's from me for now, and oh, one more thing. I am not able to export and open the twbx. Is it because I run the public version only? I ask just in case for I cannot show your file somehow.
Cheers and thanks a lot one more time.