I have a Visualization that features three sets of data. The first set has values ranging from 0 to 10,000. The second and third have the same range, between 0 and 50.
I know that under Visualization > Edit > Y > Orientation, I can put in
left, right, right to show the first legend on the left, and the second two (identical) legends on the right.
I am interested in hiding the third legend, since it is completely redundant with the second. Is there a way to do this? I was hoping for a
hide option in the
Orientation field, but that isn’t there.
@Yaakov_Ellis , are you refering to hiding 1 of the 3 axes lines that are showing on your visualization? If so, this is a feature that our product team is currently working on and should be coming within the next few releases!
No. I want to show all of the Axes lines within the graph. I just don’t want to show redundant sets of values along the y axis. Goal is to have the left Y axis with values 0, 1000, 2000 … 9000, 10000 and the right Y axis with values 0, 5, 10 … 45, 50.
Right now, the right axis values repeat twice, once for each data set. We want to show the data in the graph, but dont want to duplicate the axis values. Does that make sense?
@Yaakov_Ellis - you currently have 3 axis lines, and you want to hide one of them because it is redundant. Thus you will have two axes, one for the left and one for the right. This will be addressed in the feature that @paola is talking about!
(and now I know that they are called Axis Lines)