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Tumitran_1576 Frequent Visitor
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How to resize bubble / point in scatter chart?

Hi friends,

 

I'm using scatter chart to analyse data of sales of my stores

X-axis : Sales value

Y-axis : Growth of sales

 

I have added the Number of customer to show the size of the bubble but it seems to be too big to see.

Anybody has solution to resize the bubble, please kindly share. I have searched over the internet but did not find any solution for this. Or maybe Power BI does not have this function. Can we use other add-in or something like that?

 

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Thanks a lot.

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EMERY New Member
New Member

Re: How to resize bubble / point in scatter chart?

Same Qs here, i wanna to show bubble in map to show the comparation of a parameter, but how to adjust the bubble size?

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MattG
Advisor

Re: How to resize bubble / point in scatter chart?

Hi

 

I was also looking for this as with more than a few points the bubbles obscure each other and eliminate the usefulness of the scatter chart. It does not appear to be possible at the moment so I voted for this idea and would encourage anyone else looking for this to be added to do the same.

 

Matt

HeyZiko Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: How to resize bubble / point in scatter chart?

A bit late to the party, but the way I resolved this is by creating a new calculated column for the data in question, and cubing it (i.e. if X is your column value, then my calculated column was X^3). This amplified the larger values to the point where the smaller values became much smaller bubbles in the scatter.

 

This only works when you have a size dimension on the scatter.

HeyZiko Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: How to resize bubble / point in scatter chart?

A bit late to the party, but the way I resolved this is by creating a new calculated column for the data in question, and cubing it (i.e. if X is your column value, then my calculated column was X^3). This amplified the larger values to the point where the smaller values became much smaller bubbles in the scatter.

 

This only works when you have a size dimension on the scatter.

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