Multiple trends on one graph

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    Hollywoodperth

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    Am I missing something really simple?

    I know its possible to put multiple trends on one graph but following the instruction manual it only shows how to do a simple one trend graph.

    The application note has this cool 3 trend graph with a data/trend button. How was that achieved?
     
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    function is 'auto created' in the UI by the NAC/SHAC.

    on the right is option buttons for single trend/ multiple trends.
    on the top left you click on each trend you wish to display.
     
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    Thanks for the reply coppo. Would you be able to share a screenshot? I honestly cannot see a multiple trend option button for the life of me
     
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    @coppo I've found what you mean. Sorry, I meant how to do have multiple trends on a trend graph embedded in a visualisation
     
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    You should see a button like I've shown on the attachment (your colours will like be different- purple!). Having selected Multiple Trends you click the list icon in the top left corner and choose the trends that you want to display over the top of each other. 6.png
     
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