"too basic" isn't a problem if it gets the message across. What is the message or the question you are seeking to answer from this graph ? If the graph is effective at answering the question/s, then it's the right one to use
What would I do differently with this graph ?
- horizontal orientation rather than vertical (because it probably makes it easier to read and you'll have the experiment language and expertise language together
- sort the high/medium/low values so they are in the proper order
- maybe a dual axis so you can have the total of the bar at the top/end of the bar
Thanks for you input. Of course "too basic" isn't a problem. I think the chart is okay to show the coherence between the columns "expertise_programming" and "expertise_experiment_language". This is the current result:
I'm not quite sure how I can use the dual axis. I watched tutorial videos but those suggestions didn't work out. Maybe you can give me a hint again?
Can you provide the wokbook please ? and what version of Tableau are you using ?
As Chris noted above, upload a workbook.
I'm thinking you need to rename the values in one of your axis - I'm unsure if examining the difference between a high, medium to a medium, high person is of any value. I'm also interested in whatever value is creating the colour mark, perhaps this can be switched for something else.
Also, "Anzal von correct_rectangle" doesn't do anything for me as an axis title. Changing that to something more meaningful will give insight to readers.
Thanks for your input and sorry for my late reply.
See attached my workbook (with lots of other stuff). We can focus on the "EP & EEL to VC" diagram.
I've implemented many suggestions but maybe there's something more. But it looks more readable than my other attempts.
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