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Drillthrough from line and clustered column to stacked column chart

My task is to make line and clustered chart, showing costs  each month, by budget,  actual and actual last year with help of year filter on top. That i have done:  

https://imgur.com/a/mNcCtpD

 

but the second task is, if user clicks on , lets say January,  he/she will see the months costs as stacked like this:

https://imgur.com/a/LSMVl5d / Budget , Actual and Actual last year

 

If i try to use same data , Budget, Actual and Actual last year, they will not go into the Axis slot but will stay in Values. In Values i have the costs already. And in Axis i have months. What should i do? If needed, i can always try another chart type. 

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Re: Drillthrough from line and clustered column to stacked column chart

Found a solution to my problem.  Made 3 stacked column charts. Now it shows what i need. Kinda

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Anonymous
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Re: Drillthrough from line and clustered column to stacked column chart

Found a solution to my problem.  Made 3 stacked column charts. Now it shows what i need. Kinda

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