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haritima_tiwari Regular Visitor
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How can i create this visual ?

I want to see the yearly performance trend for each team ( t1, t2, ....) and compare it with other teams simultaneously, please help to recreate this in Power BI.

 

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PaulDBrown New Contributor
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Re: How can i create this visual ?

@haritima_tiwari 

 

How about: 

1) create a single Line Graph visual showing the values for T-1 (Use filter pane to select the subject of analysis) .Y-axis and legend turned off. No title. You might need to specify the MIN and MAX values for the Y-axis manually to ensure they are all the same

2) copy and paste (essentially duplicate) this visual as many times as needed to analyse each subject. Apply filter to each as appropriate using the filter pane. Apply indivdual titles to each as needed.

3) Copy and paste the format from the original to each using the format painter.

4) Align each new visual with the original (the “General” tab under the format pane is useful for this, for example to input the same Y value to each, and to ensure each is the same width and height).

5) In the left-most visual, make Y-axis visible; in the right-most visual, activate legend.

6) Add a text box above with the title

5) Group all visuals using the new “Group” feature. (Control/click to select each, right click and select “Group”)

Done.

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PaulDBrown New Contributor
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Re: How can i create this visual ?

@haritima_tiwari 

 

How about: 

1) create a single Line Graph visual showing the values for T-1 (Use filter pane to select the subject of analysis) .Y-axis and legend turned off. No title. You might need to specify the MIN and MAX values for the Y-axis manually to ensure they are all the same

2) copy and paste (essentially duplicate) this visual as many times as needed to analyse each subject. Apply filter to each as appropriate using the filter pane. Apply indivdual titles to each as needed.

3) Copy and paste the format from the original to each using the format painter.

4) Align each new visual with the original (the “General” tab under the format pane is useful for this, for example to input the same Y value to each, and to ensure each is the same width and height).

5) In the left-most visual, make Y-axis visible; in the right-most visual, activate legend.

6) Add a text box above with the title

5) Group all visuals using the new “Group” feature. (Control/click to select each, right click and select “Group”)

Done.

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