Submitted on04-06-202207:17 AMSubmitted byseblonon04-06-202207:17 AM
When making selections in Time-Series (Line-Charts) with the rectangular lasso, interactions with other Line-Charts can only be set to "Filter" or "Off" but not to "Highlight". As a result, a selected region (by lasso) from Figure A only shows the filtered data in Figure B, loosing the overall context within Figure B. To maintain the context from Figure B, it would be very helpful if the interaction could be set to "highlight". This functionality is already intrinsically implemented: Line charts with legend-grouping can be highlighted when clicking on a single/multiple legend-groups (see below: only "LAS|R" selected/highlighted) See another example from a statistical software which has this functionality: The screenshot plots the same y-data over different (production-)timestamps. The data is interactively filtered by a "rectangular lasso" within the third-row-figure (see dashed rectangle). As a result, the corresponding points in all the other figures are highlighted, too. (In addition, you can move around the rectangle and the highlighted data adapts instantaneously) Line charts with lines-only could be highlighted with the help of an indicator variable which is set as legend, allowing to compare "selected"-group vs. "non-selected"-group lines.
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Submitted on12-16-201910:01 AMSubmitted byatisenbeon12-16-201910:01 AM
I know this question has been asked before. I've used the charts.powerbi.tips to create a line chart with three Y-axis. But, the custom visual takes forever to load. Much longer than a line chart made within Power BI. The trends that I create for work, bacterial fermentation, involve 72 hours worth of data with 3 dependent variablesData points are logged every 15 seconds, which of course is part of the reason why it takes longer to load. But it is still much longer than the same line chart takes in Power BI. I know that this can be done in Excel very easily. However, Power BI is very useful for me to compare different batch's trend data. Clearly there is a demand for this type of chart. Creating a Power BI version would be very helpful. Thank you!
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