The Gantt chart needs to be enhanced in order to be able to display miletones as well. Currently, milestone name appears on the axis but not on the timeline due to the duration being = 0. Easy solution would be to display 0 duration tasks with a diamond or something along those lines.
Custom Visuals are a great idea, and awesome differentiator when compared to competing products. They bring a ton of new and experiential use cases. To increase adoption and awareness, please promote certified custom visuals in Power BI by featuring these visuals more prominently within the Power BI ecosystem (desktop, service, office store).
To do so, you might:
- Call certified visuals out in the office store
- Add a dedicated tab in the office store and Power BI custom visuals UI
- Make "certified" visuals searchable (use terms such as "certified" in search box for visuals)
- Add a "certified" badge to promote visuals that have achieved formal certification
Create a custom 3-way venn diagram that is both proportional and dynamic. It should take in three different boolean fields for each record. Each selected boolean field will represent one circle.
The area of each circle should be determined on the number of records (sum of records) when the field = 1. The overlapping areas when two or more fields are true should also be proportional** to the rest of the segments of the visualization.
(**Doesn't necessarily need to be exact mathematically, but at least have the circle and segment areas appear proportional to the rest of the segments)
When the data source updates, the visualization should be dynamic in nature so that it's always reflecting the current data that it's build from.
Have functionality to clearly label each circle / overlap areas, in addition to allowing the user to select colours.
Greeting for the Day!
I was wondering if someone can build of one very important visuals missing from Power BI gallery is Breakdown or dependencies tree,
this will help us to design a good view and give us more room for other visuals to add in our dashboard.
I wish if someone could do it would be great. Below is one such example. Thank you again.
This is an open source code so you can use the code to build the Power BI Customs visual. Thank you!!!
Greeting for the Day!!!
Hope you’re doing well.
Thank you for sharing custom visuals.
I was wondering if anyone could build one very important visuals missing from Power BI gallery is “Concept Network Browser”.
This will help all the users to design a single view for a multiple data set and give us more room for other visuals to add in dashboard.
I wish if this could be done so it would be great help and useful. Below is the link for a Concept network browser.
This Visual has the potential to change the Power BI customs for good. Hope you can find some time to build this visual. Thank you!!!
I would suggest an idea to improve date slicer.
It could be beautiful if you could set start date and end date of the slicer with a value given from a calculated column or measure.
For example, it could be beautiful if you could set
Start Date = NOW()
End Date = Start Date + 15 days (or Start Date + 30 days, or StartDate + 7 days... And so on )
End Date could change dinamically based to the Start Date Value (NOW()).
What do you think about?
We would like a KPI visual that shows the percentage change over the current year, combined with the trend month by month.
With the standard KPI visual, you always see the latest change% when you add a trend ...So when you show the trend by month in the current KPI Visual, the kpi value shown is the change over the current month. We would like to see the overall YTD change% (from 1/1 until today) as KPI value and in the trend the monthly change% (so for each month the change from the first day until the last day of that month)
remark : a YTD calculation will not work because we have daily data that can not be added up (for ex daily inventory levels)
I suppose we will need the KPI value independant from the datetime-category used in the trend
Any idea if this already exists ?
Hey, I was struggling to make a chart which was a combination of stack and cluster graphs. Although I figured out a way, but thought that it would be helpful if we can have this graph in the Power BI gallery as well.
Attached is the screenshot of the same:
Hi is it possible to create a chart where the x axis would carry a cumulative total and the y axis would show a percentage like the attached. Also each bar in the chart should be a stacked chart where 2 measures can be visualised. For example for product A the sale is $250 with a contributions margin of 36% and a net profit margin on 20%. It would be really helpful if a similar visual can be developed. Thanks alot!
Infographics development team would like to get your feedback about the visual and what you'd like to see next.
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How can this NOT be included with PowerBI?!? Control Charts are one of the foundational reasons to visualize data.
Simply I want to ability to create a combo box with selected columns list and define a group of options for each column.
Currently, it is possible in the Format for built in Table, but API doesn't allow to create it in custom visual.
I am working on a visual for a count of people by categories as a Infographic bar chart (showing a “people” icon). It kind of works, but with my data the max count in any category is 9. So I’m confused to see more than 9 people icons appearing in the longest “bar”.
How can I configure my infographic to show exactly the number of icons matching the value in my measure?
Under the Shape / Format, I have currently set:
Multiple Units = On
Column Count = Auto
Units per Column = Custom / 1
Fill Percentage = same Measure
Intuitively I would expect that to produce the result I want, but it doesnt.
I've tried emailing the Infographic team, but they havent responded after 10 days.
I suggest you an idea about report on a Power BI Service space. Currently, I have seen that the code to embed a report/dashboard has an <iframe> tag.
But, in agree with HTML5, why do not you replace <iframe> with a <div> tag and make it responsive?
Have you considered this idea? Are you already working on it?
Thanks in advance for the answers.