What is the difference between Shared axis chart, Combined axis chart and Dual axis chart?

All of the three charts are related to the axis of a chart i.e. either the x-axis or y-axis. The main difference between the three of them is;

  • Shared axis chart : This type of chart has a common or shared axis between more than one measures in a chart.
  • Combined axis chart : This type of chart has one common axis (x-axis) and two separate axis (Y-axis) for specific dimension and measures respectively.
  • Dual axis chart: These charts have two axes for two measures. We can use it specifically when we have different measure ranges.