You have turned on Separate X and Y coordinates. Show the timeline, reveal position and change the setting back.
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For the screenshot Separate X and Y seems to be off (that's the button with X,Y,Z and 3 lines).
If separate X and Y is off (default) you have control over the spatial tangents in the composition panel (viewer) but NOT over temporal tangents in the graph editor. $
The value graph shows 2 curves (X and Y) without tangents but the speed graph shows just 1 (the overall speed of the layer).
If separate dimension is on, it is the exact converse (you have full control over the temporal tangents but not the spatial ones).
The value graph shows 2 curves (X and Y) with tangents and the speed graph also shows 2 (the speed of the layer in both directions).
So you are maybe refering to the speed graph, which you recover from the menu of the second button of the graph editor.
I need help with this too, what is going on?
simply click on a "Choose graph type and options" icon at the bottom of Graph Editor and choose "Edit speed graph"
Your graph editor is set to display value graph. You need to change it to Speed graph to have one line for X and Y. Do that by selecting the second icon from the right and picking Edit Speed Graph. You can also choose Show Reference graph and this will give you an indication of the value graph while you edit the speed graph or vise versa.
Here is edit value graph with Show Reference Graph Selected: