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Treemap - How Can I put three levels of data in a treemap

Hi everyone,

 

how can I create a three level treemap...like putting squares within other squares. Without using drill up and drill down.

 

Thank you!

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v-yuezhe-msft
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@Anonymous,

You can build a hierarchy in the Group of Treemap as shown in the screenshot below, then use the drilldown feature to set it to different levels.
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However, if you mean that create Treemap with three levels as described in this similar thread, it is not supported, please vote this idea.

Regards,
Lydia

Community Support Team _ Lydia Zhang
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Anonymous
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@v-yuezhe-msft

Hi, thanks for ur response. But I didn't want to use drill down and up. 

 

I want something like this

 

 

 treemap 3 niveis.PNG

 

 

I decided to use R to do that and then link to Power BI, somehow.

 

Regards,

Isadora.

This is exactly what I am looking for as well.

Hi Team,

 

I have requirement lets say i have 5 different colleges in a city with 5 departments each .Each department is having 3 or more sections, if any one student in any section is failed , that entire section and department should become as red, and the entire college should show as red .

 

 

on crisp, when user sees any colg is red, user should know which student is red on a granular levl?

will this functionality can be possible using tree map visual..Please Help me

 

regards,

swaroopa

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