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akj2784 Member
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How to remove extra padding in the Custom R visual in Power BI

Hi All,

 

I have created a scatter plot using R and Custom visual method by pbiviz.

Somehow Power BI adds extra padding throughout. Is there any way to remove that ?

 

I did not find the option to remove that. 

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Re: How to remove extra padding in the Custom R visual in Power BI

HI @akj2784,

 

Can you please provide more detail content to description your scenario? I'm not so clear how do you design visual graph.

Have you turn on any analysis lines on visual? if this is a case, I'd like to suggest you turn off it first.

 

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

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njimenez Visitor
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Re: How to remove extra padding in the Custom R visual in Power BI

I have the same issue, i'm using ggplotly to create it, i can change the padding on rstudio (viewer), and using htmlwidgets::savewidget works too, but when i create the custom visual, it still the padding : 40 px on style, i'm creating the custom visual using this blog.

 

https://microsoft.github.io/PowerBI-visuals/tutorials/building-r-powered-custom-visual/creating-r-po...

 

regards

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