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## How can I achieve this in Power BI?

Hi guys,

I am a Tableau developer and I am trying to learn Power BI. I need to buid an app in Powr BI that looks like this:

The app has to have a filter where I can either pick a single consultant or all of consultants. So, the circles would either show a team average or the values for a particular consultant.

A sample of data is below:

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Microsoft

Hi @cageybee,

There is no same visual in Power BI. After research, I find a similar custom visual: Dot Plot by MAQ Software. Then you can create per visual for Ambition, Morale, Attrition, Performance and Contribution to Daughterty.  I post an example for creating a visual for Morale using your sample data. Select the data as X-axis, the average of Morale as value.

Then you create a slicer including consultants field, when you select one consultant in slicer, it will make an impact on the visual.

Best Regards,
Angelia

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v-huizhn-msft,

Thank you for looking into this for me. However, this doesn't really look like what I need. I experimented with that viz package and it doesn't really do what I need it to do. First, I need to make the bubbles bigger than the max size of the bubbles that they have and then, I need to put a label inside of the bubble.

Also, I need to incorporate a logic that colors the bubble based on the criteria:

For Attrition only the following logic applies:

```IF  (6 - ROUND(AVG([Attrition]), 1)) >= [Upper Bound] THEN

"Excellent"

ELSEIF (6 - ROUND(AVG([Attrition]), 1)) < [Upper Bound] AND (6 - ROUND(AVG([Attrition]), 1)) >= [Lower Bound] THEN

"Caution"

ELSEIF (6 - ROUND(AVG([Attrition]), 1)) < [Lower Bound] THEN

"Concern"

END```

For all others, the following logic applies (Replace [Measure] with either [Ambition], [Morale], [Performance], [Contribution to Client], or [Contribution to Daugherty]):

```IF  ROUND(AVG([Measure]), 1) >= [Upper Bound] THEN

"Excellent"

ELSEIF ROUND(AVG([Measure]), 1) < [Upper Bound] AND ROUND(AVG([Measure]), 1) >= [Lower Bound] THEN

"Caution"

ELSEIF ROUND(AVG([Measure]), 1) < [Lower Bound] THEN

"Concern"

END```

Note: [Lower Bound] = 3; [Upper Bound] = 4.

Microsoft

Hi @cageybee,

Yes, got it. But Power BI features can't achieve your requirement until now. Thanks for understanding.

Best Regards,
Angelia

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