2 for 1 - Using Dual Axes

When creating a visualization it is important to be able to display as much information, whilst at the same time keeping the information clear and succinct. Using dual axes are a great way to display two measures on a single visualization, particularly useful for comparison of trends between the two measures. Dual axes give you the option to display two measures with two quantitative scales on a single axis (either the x or the y axis) regardless of their units. In Bime, bar, column, line and area charts can all accomodate dual axes and they are extremely simple to create.



Take a look at the 1 minute screencast below showing how to do this.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFUQVSD_x98&list=UUEDiP1LPVdrpQDgD7S8Yq0w&index=54&feature=plcp



Here are 3 great examples, taken from dashboards on the showcase page, using dual axes in Bime:















































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