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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.