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Graph with multiple Serioes

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I have Datepages that are connected to a search form.
For this example:

I have a table containing  information about different companies.
My company is in this example called Company B.

I am interested in creating graphs (multiple series) that compares the selected competitor to my company.

I have attached images of what I am trying to do..

Basically if I select company A, I want the graph to display information about Company A and Company B.
If I select company C, I want the graph to display information about Company C and Company B.

Company B should always be constant no matter the company I select to look at.
I have searched but I haven't been able to locate away to do this, or perhaps I have missed something.

I am grateful if you guys could help me out.

My table:

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How the information should be displayed:

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Best regards

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Hi MarcS,

 

You may define a custom logic in your Filtering Criteria to always Company B results.

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In addition, the best way to debug your chart is to always select Chart and Report DataPage which you can hide by adding these codes in the Header/Footer with HTML Editor Disabled in the Advanced Tab:

Header:

<div style="display: none;">

 

Footer:

</div>

 

You may, then just show them later on by removing none.

 

I hope this helps.

 

-TroubleShooter

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