Mekko Charts

Devin Knight continues his Power BI custom visuals series with the Mekko Chart:

  • This visual is a mixture between a 100% stacked column chart and a 100% stacked bar chart.

  • The width of a column is proportional to the total value of the column.

With a relatively small number of groups for both columns and rows, this is a good way of getting a feel for relative weights across two dimensions.

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