An alternative workaround which will retain the chanrts on a single view, is to use a few formatting tricks :
Here's a sample view, similar to what you have
1) Edit your Mortality Rate axis (y-axis) to start at a negative number. In the example above, I'm changing my Sales axis to start at -20,000. This adds a gap between each section
2) Format to remove row & column dividers
3) Format to make the row 0 line look prominent (so it looks like your x-axis is drawn)
The only thing that you lose is the vertical y-axis being displayed (if you try to draw this in, you retain the continuous vertical line you're trying to avoid). Instead there are faint row gridlines displayed which should help readbility. This can be made more prominent as I've done below (note I also changed the tick marks to display every 25,000 to make this change more obvious to demonstrate).
Have a try and see how that looks.
Thank you for your replies - really helpful. It worked best to use the dashboard
You are welcome.
Can you mark the closest answer as correct to close the thread?