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    I agree with this. If a user is browsing a report with a data set that has 4 or more dimensions that constitute a hierarchy, then there are too many combinations to practically display charts on a single report page. In fact, the number of possible ordered combinations would be 4*3*2*1 = 24. Maybe not all of those combinations are meaningful, but it would be nice to let the user define how they are sliced and in which order.

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    I agree with this. If a user is browsing a report with a data set that has 4 or more dimensions that constitute a hierarchy, then there are too many combinations to practically display the corresponding visuals on a single report page. In fact, the number of possible ordered combinations would be 4*3*2*1 = 24. Maybe not all of those order combinations are logical or meaningful, but it would be nice to let the user define how they are sliced and in which order, making it more flexible for the user and less burdensome for the report author.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Agreed. If I have a line chart with calendar period as the top level of the hierarchy, when I drill into a certain month often times the next level of the hierarchy - for example, "region" - does not make sense to also show as a line chart (bar chart would be more appropriate for categorical items). Right now, my only option is to change from a line to a bar chart overall, which makes the calendar period level less readable (trends over time should be shown as lines).

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    Agreed. If I have a line chart with calendar period as the top level of the hierarchy, when I drill into a certain month often times the next level of the hierarchy - for example, "region" - does not make sense to also show as a line chart (bar chart would be more appropriate for categorical items). Right now, my only option is to change from a line to a bar chart, which makes the top level of calendar period less readable (trends over time should be shown as lines).

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