First, I need to drag the combo chart widget from the “Composition” section of the widget menu to my dashboard. Then, I am going to resize the widget by dragging its edges so that it will be easy to read.
I know that combo charts allow me to easily compare values by combining two charts in a single widget. By default, primary values render with “Column chart” and secondary values render with “Line chart.”
In this widget, I would like to compare the performance of each player based on their attempts on target and goals scored in the World Cup.
To assign data to my widget, I need to click the “Settings” button in the upper right corner of the widget. Then, I will click the “Assign Data” tab.
I immediately see two columns. In the left column, I can select different fields called “Measures” and “Dimensions.” I can drag these fields to the “Value(s),” “Secondary Value(s),” “Column(s),” and “Tooltip” boxes in the right column.
To compare the performance of each player, I need to drag the “Goals” field to the “Value(s)” box, the “Attempts On Target” field to the “Secondary Value(s)” box, and the “PlayerName” field to the “Column” box.