In Lumira Compose room, you can choose Input Controls from the Content Panel. Input Controls can provide cascading filters when used with the same dataset.

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For cascading filters, the two filters represent different levels in a hierarchy. In the above example, depending on the choice of Sub-Region will determine the available Neighborhoods.

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When applying a filter to multiple datasets, there must be a shared dimension.  In this example we use Neighborhood as the shared dimension. There are two visualizations, each from a different dataset, but the one filter is applied to both.



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