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4 box model visual

is there any 4 box model visual available in power BI.

 

I have data of Exam result and faculty feedback. i want to create four box model like visual so that i can calculate

1: which faculty's result is average but feedback is good

2: Which faculty's result is good and feedback is good

3: which faculty's result is average and feedback is average

4: which faculty's result is good and feedback is average

 

 i want to show the name of faculties in the boxes accordingly.

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Super User IV
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Re: 4 box model visual

Hi @pprakash ,

You can make your own, by combining four cards with a different measure for each.  See my picture below. Click on it to enlarge. Included in it, is the measure for box 1. Just write 3 more measures, one for each box, and change the "Good" or "Average for each one. Please note in my table, I entered some "Poor" as well. I will include a picture of my table, too.

If this solves your issue, please mark this as the solution! Kudos are nice too.

@Nathaniel_C 

 

Faculty Box 1 = CALCULATE(CONCATENATEX(Table1,Table1[Faculty], ", "),Table1[Result]="Average",Table1[Feedback]="Good")

 

Faculty box.PNG

 

Table1 Faculty.PNG





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Super User IV
Super User IV

Re: 4 box model visual

Hi @pprakash ,

You can make your own, by combining four cards with a different measure for each.  See my picture below. Click on it to enlarge. Included in it, is the measure for box 1. Just write 3 more measures, one for each box, and change the "Good" or "Average for each one. Please note in my table, I entered some "Poor" as well. I will include a picture of my table, too.

If this solves your issue, please mark this as the solution! Kudos are nice too.

@Nathaniel_C 

 

Faculty Box 1 = CALCULATE(CONCATENATEX(Table1,Table1[Faculty], ", "),Table1[Result]="Average",Table1[Feedback]="Good")

 

Faculty box.PNG

 

Table1 Faculty.PNG





Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!

Proud to be a Super User!




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