Sunburst Custom Visual

Devin Knight continues his custom visuals series:

In this module you will learn how to use the Sunburst chart Power BI Custom Visual.  The Sunburst chart is similar to the standard donut chart but allows you to show multiple level at once, which is great when presenting hierarchical data.

I dunno; looks a little pie charty to me…

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