Force-Directed Graphs

Devin Knight’s series on Power BI custom visuals continues with the force-directed graph:

Key Takeaways

  • Shows relationships between different entities in your data.

  • The width of the line that separate each entity represents the strength of the relationship.

Click through for the discussion and a video.  I’m not too sure that I’d use this in a real dashboard, but it’s available.

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