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Little bit more settings are needed.
Place Holder for Pie chart height.
Put vertical container under Pie and Bar charts for Contacts .
And same setting for Gross Profit.
Thanks so much, Shinichiro-san, for the detailed and clear response. I haven't had a chance yet to check out your solution as I'm busy with my real job (Tableau development is my side-job). I will take a look later today and update the status of your response.
Just wanted to say thanks for the response.
Hi Again, Shinichiro-san.
I finally got around to trying your solution and it works great for 2 sets of charts as shown in your workbook. However, as I mentioned in my original post, I have 4 different sets of charts from which the user can select. I only included two sets of charts in my sample workbook to simplify the question. I thought if someone had a solution for two sets of charts that it would work for any number of sets.
Is there a way to expand your solution to add another set of charts (i.e., Contacts, Gross Profit, Orders and Revenue)?
Thanks again for your help. I did learn from your example. The trick was to add a dummy calculated field to the rows on one of the charts for the 1st set. I don't understand the concept of why this works, but it does.
I know this may be a bit late but you can also use the parameter to change the measure that is used if you dont want to have to keep changing the sheets.
its almost the same concept.