I set the direction of the hAxis to -1, but no changes. Negating the values 
can't make vAxis go to the right side, besides, negative values would just 
confuse the users. 

The two charts don't share the same hAxis/vAxis values.

I thought this should be a simple problem to solve. Just a little 
disappointed in google charts :/

On Friday, September 16, 2016 at 5:52:55 PM UTC-5, Daniel LaLiberte wrote:
> You can reverse the direction of the hAxis, or you can negate your values.
> Or you can actually combine both charts into one, if they share the same 
> hAxis values. Let me know if you are interested in this option, and I can 
> say more.
> On Friday, September 16, 2016 at 6:34:00 PM UTC-4, sqrl wrote:
>> I need to draw two bar charts *facing each other* in one page. (The 
>> chart on the *left* faces *right*, and the one on the *right* faces 
>> *left*). 
>> But with Google Charts, I only managed to make both charts face right. 
>> Is it possible to implement? What should I do? 

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