Hi guy, i want to choose orthoAxis 1 or 2 by series in plot2Series ['target', 'growth']. In example series('target') choose plot2OrthoAxis number 1, series('growth') choose plot2OrthoAxis number 2. Why i want to do like that ? Because in series('target') is target value but series('growth') is growth value and this series have low value. that why i want to separate plot2OrthoAxis by series in plot2. If someone have some trick or good solution please tell me. Thank you a lot and sorry for my english but not hard for understand.

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Hi Voljinlvlan,

Each (cartesian) plot uses a single orthogonal axis. For plot2, this is configurable with the option plot2OrthoAxis.

All of the series/rows that a plot represents use the same axis.

Each plot

canrepresent a different set of rows, denoted/filtered by the plot's dataPart value.A plot represents the rows for which the value of the special dataPart dimension is the value of the plot's dataPart option.

By default, the main plot (the bar plot, in your case) has a dataPart option value of "0".

By default, the plot2 plot (the line plot, in your case) has a dataPart option value of "1". This can be changed through the option plot2DataPart.

Also, by default, when either of the options plot2SeriesIndexes or plot2Series is specified, the dataPart dimension is automatically calculated to have value "1" for rows having a series value that is to be represented in plot2, and "0", otherwise (for those to be represented in the main plot).

So, for typical cases, all you have to do to create a Bar-Line chart (with a separate orthogonal axis for the line plot) is to specify:

From all that's been said, we conclude that to represent the two line series, "target" and "growth" in different orthogonal axes, you need an additional line plot... And there isn't a special plot named plot3... Also, because there will be an additional plot, we will not be able to use the options plot2SeriesIndexes or plot2Series to handle the splitting of data to the three plots — the dataPart dimension must be calculated "by hand". This is all fairly easy to do (as long you understand what's going on :-) ):

That should be it. Please give it a try.

PS: Check How to use a chart snippet taken from the CCC Playground in CDE? to know how to specify these options in CDE.