Power BI Line Dot Charts

Devin Knight continues his Power BI custom visuals series:

In this module you will learn how to use the Line Dot Chart Power BI Custom Visual.  The Line Dot Chart gives you the ability to make a more engaging line chart that can actually be animated across time.

This seems more like a fun chart than a useful chart, but I could see it being visually engaging for demonstrating relatively low-frequency events.

Related Posts

Diagramming Databases With Power BI

Philip Seamark shows how to visualize the relationships between tables using Power BI: The network navigator was another good visual, and if you have an R instance installed on your local machine, you can play with some of the custom R visuals. The catalog views could be used in a similar way to generate power […]

Read More

Radar Charts With ggplot2

I have wrapped up my ggplot2 series, with the last post being on radar charts: First, we need to install ggradar and load our relevant libraries. Then, I create a quick standardization function which divides our variable by the max value of that variable in the vector. It doesn’t handle niceties like divide by 0, […]

Read More

Categories

April 2017
MTWTFSS
« Mar May »
 12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930