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Bubble chart - making unfiltered bubbles disappear

Hi,

 

I'm creating a bubble chart which shows number of occupations in different places, by their ability to work from home, and how much they get paid. In some places there is no presence of certain occupations (or values are sufficiently low that the data is suppressed). When a place is filtered for, I want these null values to disappear. I've added a filter for "Number" to be greater than 0. This makes the null values get smaller and turn see-through but they're still there.

 

Power BI example.PNG

Does anyone have any ideas?

 

On a second question - is there a way to change the scaling parameters for bubbles? I can see how you change the size, but values which are three times larger are only showing up as slightly bigger bubbles.

 

Thanks!

Daniel

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Re: Bubble chart - making unfiltered bubbles disappear

@djstimms did you tried the option or is not blank.

 

What is number? Is it a measure?






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Re: Bubble chart - making unfiltered bubbles disappear

@parry2k 

 

Thanks. Add or is not blank means they all come back:

 

Power BI example 2.PNG

Number is a column in a data table. Do you think using a measure would help? The fact they go seethrough when I filter for >0 suggests I'm doing the right thing, but the issue is a presentational one...

 

Thanks

Daniel

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Re: Bubble chart - making unfiltered bubbles disappear

Sorry - please ignore. i had a double number filetr on by accident!

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Microsoft

Re: Bubble chart - making unfiltered bubbles disappear

Hi @djstimms ,

 

Please try to replace 'or' option with 'and' option and keep Keep unique visual level filter. 

 

Best Regards,
Liang
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