08-17-2018 03:54 AM
In order to get the player pictures to work in that way I downloaded the pictures and saved locally. I then used a website to create an image url for each picture, the image url can then be added into a column within the table/dataset for each player.
In Power BI I think I used the table visual which lets you drag in the image url field as a value, I then added the chiclet slicer and filtered on the player name field from my dataset. I set the chiclet slicer properties to force the need for there always to be a player name selected and also only allow one option/player could be selected at a time.
I have attached an image that may be of use.
All the best,
I haven't planned on making another comparison tool exactly like this, but I have been developing a new report based around NFL QBs past and present but I just havent had enough time to finish it off. Once I do finish it I will try to upload it.
Did my explanation help from the other week btw? Your question about the player images and filters...