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EikeMaas Frequent Visitor
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Re: Compare two sets of data using two slicers in one visualization.

I definitely could - is there a way to upload the files directly to this forum? Or do I need to host somewhere and link?

By the way, I'm going to accept your earlier post as a solution since I'm steering this topic a little deeper & off course at this point. Thank you again for being patient and keeping in touch!

Super User
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Re: Compare two sets of data using two slicers in one visualization.

@EikeMaas

No worries. glad it helped.

Yeah you need to have the file somewhere else and post the URL here. I tend to use tinyupload.com,  which doesn't require sign-in, but there are many other options.  

EikeMaas Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: Compare two sets of data using two slicers in one visualization.

Super User
Super User

Re: Compare two sets of data using two slicers in one visualization.

@EikeMaas

 

I had a quick look at your file. It's got some swag I must say Smiley Happy.  Good job!

I'm not sure there's a simple way to reduce the number of measures. I'll try to take a more detailed look when I get some time.