02-25-2019 01:47 AM - last edited 10-01-2019 04:45 AM
Our Customer Analysis Dashboard tells the story of product sales and profit about regional customers. Analytical users studying business growth across regions and profit distribution among customers can use it to acquire valuable insights. They get access to detailed information via the appropriate Visualizations and information hierarchy. Key highlights of the Customer Analysis Dashboard include – Region-wise money flow and the customers’ product-specific turnover with respect to time.
Hello, it's nice dashboard!!!
World you please share the pbix file and data sources? I'm so grateful for that!
My email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your help!
I love the way these visuals represent the data. I am trying to a similar thing for my company, but I am not sure exactly which visuals you use at the top to display the "Year" on the side and to have an 'Clear All Filters" option next to it.
If it would be possible to share the .pbix without compromising your data intergrity i would really appreciate the help. Or just any assistance regarding these visuals would help as well.
Sharing the pbix wont be possible, in case you have any questions around design/implementation please reach out to me on email@example.com or else you can ask your questions in comments so that it will be helpful for everyone 🙂
Hi @ankita_chandak1 ,
Great job on this report. While understanding that is not possible to share pbix file with real data, it would be beneficail if you can toch-base on how certains visuals are done.
For example: filters and totals on the top of the main page. It would definitely help people to learn and maybe you will get less "please share" msgs.
Just my 10 cents.
The filters at the top are slicers with horizontal orientation and for clearing all filters, I have placed a Button, in the format options, bookmark is selected as an action type.
For the totals on the top, the visual used is the "Advance card". The meausre which you want to display needs to be pulled in the Data field.
Hope this helps. Please let me know incase you have more questions
Sharing the pbix is not possible as per the organisation policies. In case you need any help in understanding the design I am happy to help 🙂
Hi Umesh, sharing the pbix is against the org policies; in case you have any questions regarding the design of the report I am happy to help
Is this dashboard created from a set of data that contains data from various customers? If yes, how do you filter the data so that each customer only sees their own data?
Or do you create a set of data that is already segregated by each customer?
I am trying to understand how to do this on Power BI with a set of data sources in Azure Data Explorer.
I don't find any best practices on how you can create a dashboard that allows multiple customers to use the same dashboard but each customer´s view reflects their own data values from a shared set of tables - and also does not permit the customers to change the filter and view any other customer´s data.