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    Hi,

    I'm trying to plot a column chart with 2 series and thus 2 Y axis, one in the left side and the other in the right side. But the columns display in the same place, on top of each others and not side by side. Do you have any idea how to fix this ?

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    Instead of two series, try specifying yField as an array:

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    yField: ['data1', 'data2']
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    I just tried but it doesnt work neither. The problem is when I try with 2 series, I actually have 2 series drawn, but they are drawn on top of each others, so one is hiding the other.

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    I just tried that line of code in the column example of the touch charts and it worked as I would expect it. Each month had two columns next to each other.
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    Can you show me the full code you tried please ?

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    If you open the column example, scroll down and replace the yField with that array
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