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Best Visual for Drilldown in Matrix, Table or Heat Chart

Hi 

 

New to Power BI and was wondering if someone could recommend me the visualization for the following problem:

 

Visualization – Matrix, Table, Heat Chart (example in the image)

X axis - Catagory 1 

Y axis - Catagory 2, with subsets

Values - Number of cases (which belong to both Catagory 1 and Catagory 2)

Feature – Conditional Formatting (shades of blue – high/low) and Drilldown using one table

 

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Thanks

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Re: Best Visual for Drilldown in Matrix, Table or Heat Chart

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Sorry for late back.  Currently, it is not supported to sort by columns field in Matrix.  You could vote the idea up to get the feature fixed quickly.

 

For you situation, it is better to create a formula with the function of RANKX to sort them. Please reference the similar thread to have a try.

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/How-to-change-the-ranking-based-on-the-values-of-2-columns/td-p/351410

 

Best Regards,
Xue Ding
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Re: Best Visual for Drilldown in Matrix, Table or Heat Chart

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

I think the default Matrix can meet your request. Please see the sample:

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Reference:

Create matrix visualizations in Power BI 

Use conditional formatting in tables 

 

Best Regards,
Xue Ding
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Re: Best Visual for Drilldown in Matrix, Table or Heat Chart

Yup matrix seems like the best choice 🙂 thanks a lot for the solution. 

I had a question relating to the automatic sorting (higher number on the bottom left). Is there a way I can do this? I tried the ellipsis -> sort by. But this only rearranges rows but not columns (higher values on the bottom). How can I move these to values to bottom left? (prefer if I can avoid the rankx function) Matrix.PNG

E.g. Automatically Move columns 3 and 6 to rows  1 and 2, even when I drilldown. 

Sort each row - row 2 highest value is 285 but it is not at the bottom.

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Re: Best Visual for Drilldown in Matrix, Table or Heat Chart

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Sorry for late back.  Currently, it is not supported to sort by columns field in Matrix.  You could vote the idea up to get the feature fixed quickly.

 

For you situation, it is better to create a formula with the function of RANKX to sort them. Please reference the similar thread to have a try.

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/How-to-change-the-ranking-based-on-the-values-of-2-columns/td-p/351410

 

Best Regards,
Xue Ding
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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