Grouped and Stacked Card with 4 Data Fields


Hi all, 


I'm trying to build a group and stacked graph with 4 different data fields and was hoping someone could help me figure out if it's possible. 


I have a dataset that looks like the following: 

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I want to show, by date, the Survey Count by Name in one column next to the Tour Count by name in another column. 


Below, I drew out what I am envisioning, based on the data table above: 



I'd appreciate any help in determining whether or not this is possible and, if it is, how I can achieve this. 







  • dthierjung

    I think the below screenshot is what you were looking for?

  • Haley

    Not quite. I want tours next to surveys, so each "name" should appear in each column. One column for the number of tours for all three people, next to a column showing the number of surveys for all three people. 


    You can see the graph I hand drew in my original post to see how I expect the graph to look once completed.

  • dthierjung

    I'm not 100% sure how to go about it given the data structure. Take a look at this link which goes into depth about grouped and stacked bar charts. They have some pretty good insights actually.



    From what I've seen, I don't think the first column in each series can be stacked on itself.

  • I agree with @dthierjung 


    You will need to make some changes to your data structure.


    Try getting to a more "flat" data set that looks more like this:2.png


    You can then use a beast mode to calculate the different values you are looking for.  Here is the beast mode that I used for Tom - Survey Count:3.png



    And here is the "Grouped and Stacked" bar graph:4.png


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