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How to provide extra user adjustment features to a SSRS Chart


How to provide extra user adjustment features to a SSRS Chart

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I am creating a chart off in SSRS based on software version usage per month. I would like to compare how often each version is used per month in comparison to other versions. Obviously with one version being used so highly, it visually skews my data, rendering it a bit unusable. I am curious if there is any way to do the following things in SSRS:
-Having the user Toggle /select/choose which versions they would like to appear on the chart, with the chart then automatically adjusting its Y-Axis settings
-Having the user adjust the y-axis settings themselves, thus being able to get a closer look or a zoomed out look of the data.
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