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Helper IV

The number of visuals based on selection

Hi guys,

I have a scenario based question.

I am working on a sales dataset.

I have different "Country" and each country has different  "Product Category".

Say for Country 1 there are 4 categories.

I will be using a gauge chart for each category separately which represents sales and target. (Now, the no of gauge chart =4)

For Country 2, i have only 3 categories. So now when Country 2 is selected, the number of gauge visuals shuld change from 4 to 3. The Category name and data should also change according to that.

 

How to achieve this?

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Helper II
Helper II

As far as I know, this is not possible off the shelve...

 

You can write your own custom visual using R or Python or maybe there is some custom visual that can be used for this.

Lately I wrote a post about using SVG pictures to enhance your data. You can put an SVG into a table tow and color it by a percentage. For now, I only wrote the part how to import SVG that are stored locally (https://danonwix.wixsite.com/dansdaxtips/post/svg-s-from-local-dir-to-lighten-up-your-data-part-i). I plan to write a blog how to use them in a table...

There are multiple blogs out there that describe how to use SVG's.. It is not what you descibe what you need, but maybe it can help you further...

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Hi @Icey ,

Thanks for the reply.

I have around 50 categories in my dataset. So using bookmark is a complex way to implement the scenario.

 

One workaround is that I ranked the Products within each category group and added filter to each gauge.

 

Another way is to develop a custom visual. But I dont have much experience in R or Python.

 

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Helper II
Helper II

As far as I know, this is not possible off the shelve...

 

You can write your own custom visual using R or Python or maybe there is some custom visual that can be used for this.

Lately I wrote a post about using SVG pictures to enhance your data. You can put an SVG into a table tow and color it by a percentage. For now, I only wrote the part how to import SVG that are stored locally (https://danonwix.wixsite.com/dansdaxtips/post/svg-s-from-local-dir-to-lighten-up-your-data-part-i). I plan to write a blog how to use them in a table...

There are multiple blogs out there that describe how to use SVG's.. It is not what you descibe what you need, but maybe it can help you further...

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Community Support
Community Support

Hi @AishwariyaV ,

 

It is suggested to use Buttons and Bookmarks. Please check:

country.gif

 

BTW, .pbix file attached.

 

 

Best Regards,

Icey

 

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Community Support

Hi @AishwariyaV ,

 

Can the workaround I provided above meet your requirements?

 

 

Best Regards,

Icey

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

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Hi @Icey ,

Thanks for the reply.

I have around 50 categories in my dataset. So using bookmark is a complex way to implement the scenario.

 

One workaround is that I ranked the Products within each category group and added filter to each gauge.

 

Another way is to develop a custom visual. But I dont have much experience in R or Python.

 

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