With Protobi's new "multiples" feature, you can generate versions of the same chart that are filtered to different subsets.
In the example below, there are two versions of chart Q19. One that is filtered to show only data from the North East, and another for the Mid West.
How to create multiples
Identify the variable
To create multiple versions of a chart (e.g. Q19), identify the element that will be used to filter each chart to the appropriate subset. You can use banner variables like "Country", or any variable with a set of discreet values.
For instance, to create charts filtered on specific regions, the example above uses S4 (Which region do you practice in?).
Element to be used as multiples:
Edit the multiples attribute
Open "Edit properties" and add the element key next to the multiples attribute.
The result is seven versions of Q19, each filtered on a different value of S4. Notice that every chart will inherit the title and value formats of Q19.
The displayKey, x axis title and footnote indicates which filter is applied to the chart.
Multiples are based on formatted values
Every value of S4 has a format specified, so when used as a multiple S4 will generate 7 different filtered versions of any given chart.
Remove the format for value 1 (i.e. "North East"), and Q19 would no longer show the version of the chart that is filtered on "S4" : 1. However, the other values that have formats will get one chart each.
Multiples will respect hide and sort order
Charts are not generated for hidden values, and if an alternative sort order is specified the charts will respect that order.
Formats for raw values can be specified in the format dialog.