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dante_imp54
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Marking the x-y axis intersections as points on the custom image

Hello,

 

I follow the x and y axis defect points on the part with excel. I want to do this on power bi.

 

Untitled.jpg

 

my purpose

1. upload part picture
2. I want a point on the part with the name defect using defect's x-y axis.
3. see the defect name at the intersection of the x-y axis

 

I tried all the visual tools on the power bi sharing platform on this subject and could not reach the result I wanted.

 

can you help me please

 

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TomMartens
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Super User II

Hey @dante_imp54 ,

 

I assume what you are looking for is a combination of 

I use the "Enhanced Scatter" custom visual from app source to create something like this:

TomMartens_0-1608894037672.png

 

It can become somewhat tricky to get the points on top of the image at the correct position

 

Hopefully, this provides some ideas on how to tackle this challenge.

 

Regards,

Tom



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Eyelyn9
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Hi @dante_imp54 ,

 

According to my understanding, you want to use Scatter(X Y) and load a image in it,right?

 

Please follow these steps:

1. Since the X/Y values would be summarize automatically based on the same name, please add a Index column and then combine Name and Index column as a new unique column like this:

12.28.2.2.PNG

2. Create chart using imported Scatter Chart by Akvelon visual--> change Transparency under Background in the Formatting pane.

3. Import the image ,use the Bring forward/Send backward buttons in Format tab to arrange it.

 

Please take a look at the gif shown below and the pbix file here

12.28.2.3.gif

 

Best Regards,
Eyelyn Qin
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Eyelyn9
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Hi @dante_imp54 ,

 

According to my understanding, you want to use Scatter(X Y) and load a image in it,right?

 

Please follow these steps:

1. Since the X/Y values would be summarize automatically based on the same name, please add a Index column and then combine Name and Index column as a new unique column like this:

12.28.2.2.PNG

2. Create chart using imported Scatter Chart by Akvelon visual--> change Transparency under Background in the Formatting pane.

3. Import the image ,use the Bring forward/Send backward buttons in Format tab to arrange it.

 

Please take a look at the gif shown below and the pbix file here

12.28.2.3.gif

 

Best Regards,
Eyelyn Qin
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TomMartens
Super User II
Super User II

Hey @dante_imp54 ,

 

I assume what you are looking for is a combination of 

I use the "Enhanced Scatter" custom visual from app source to create something like this:

TomMartens_0-1608894037672.png

 

It can become somewhat tricky to get the points on top of the image at the correct position

 

Hopefully, this provides some ideas on how to tackle this challenge.

 

Regards,

Tom



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Hamburg, Germany

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