Table Heatmaps

Devin Knight continues his Power BI custom visuals series:

  • In the Table Heatmap the color of the boxes is determined by the value in your measure.

  • Only 1 category field can be used, which will dynamically generate the number of columns based on the number of distinct values your field has.

  • The number and types of colors can be changed using some of the settings we’ll discuss below.

I can see the table heatmap being a good visual for calendars.

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