I am trying to display a plot in such a fashion that it should restrict me from clicking if the count is less than a threshold. How can we do this in quick sight?
The snapshot of the data is
75,Direct,DC,e. 700 - 749,c. 10 - 29,f. 25% - 29.99%,1,c. 45 - 54 years old,QLD,F,“a. Less than $2,999 per month”
55,Online,HI,e. 700 - 749,o. 3000 - 3999,d. 15% - 19.99%,1,b. 35 - 44 years old,VIC,F,“g. $8,000 - $8,999 per month”
75,Online,HI,f. 750 - 799,i. 1000 - 1249,g. 30% - 34.99%,1,e. 65 years or older,VIC,F,“d. $5,000 - $5,999 per month”
65,Broker,CP,e. 700 - 749,h. 700 - 999,f. 25% - 29.99%,1,d. 55 - 64 years old,NSW,F,“b. $3,000 - $3,999 per month”
There are different plots in the dashboard, one for the score, income, age band, etc. There are actions set up which will be triggered when any element of the plot is clicked and all plots change accordingly.
Now, for eg:, the graph I plotted is
In this, all bars are clickable now and when clicked other plots in the analysis change. Now I want to restrict that the user can only click when the number of individuals is more than 30. So b,h in the plot cannot be clicked but c-g can be clicked.
I tried using conditional rules but this is not related to parameters or controls associated with it. Any help in doing these click-throughs above a certain limit will be highly appreciated. Thank you