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Where to get these visuals / controls ?

Hi,

 

When looking at the samples in Power BI, one in particular caught my attention. The Store category report sample. This report features controls that I didnt see in any other reports and I couldnt find out how to activate such control through my Power BI Desktop.

 

Can anyone suggest which tool was used to create the slider on the graph that can easily select the number of months to show ?

 

Screenshot:

http://imgur.com/a/A3juJ

 

Thanks !

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@Phil_Seamark  No need to post an example! I use the Chiclet Slicer and if that's the only way I would use images.

 

However my point about the KPIs and I think that's why so many other people have voted for that Idea

This is basic functionality requiring only 3 to 5 icons

It has existed in PowerPivot (if I recall from the very beginning) - Why do I need to link to images to achieve this? Smiley Happy

 

KPIs3.png

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Appreciate any support on this topic ! I would really like to create a report like the attached !

Hi @AyyW,

I think most of the visuals are the ones available in the power bi but just formatted in different ways however you have real cool visuals here.

https://app.powerbi.com/visuals/

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Mfelix

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I agree.  From looking at that image, they all appear to be standard visuals.  Make sure you have the latest version of Power BI Desktop downloaded.  If you are still using a version from 6 months ago you may not have some of these.


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Thanks for the replies guys......Well, most visuals are, but the graph period selector is not something I found anywhere !, I have reuploaded the image and highlighted the selector Im talking about. This slider can be easily adjusted left and right to select a period of multiple months. In all the graph visuals I tried in PBI Desktop, I couldnt find this one ?

 

http://imgur.com/a/H1TxM

 

 

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@AyyW  You didn't highlight the most important part of the picture though!

 

SSRS Examples.png

 

Look here

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Power-BI-Vs-SSRS/td-p/17937

Also here

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt793260.aspx

 

One thing I really want to be able to create inside PBI (not import from PowerPivot) are those KPIs

 

KPIs.png

 

If @Seth_C_Bauer sees this post he probably could shed some light on this topic Smiley Happy

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@Sean thanks for clarifing ! So I guess those visuals can only be achieved through Power BI sql reporting services ? Thats a shame really !!

Some of the options in that report are really cool !, its unfortunate that they are not available for all platforms !

Hi @Sean

 

I think you can do those icons inside PBI Desktop.  The rough logic from memory is to use the URL type and make sure you have the icons on some public URL, then you can dynamically decide which URL to surface depending on your formula.

 

I'll see if I can find an example


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@Phil_Seamark  No need to post an example! I use the Chiclet Slicer and if that's the only way I would use images.

 

However my point about the KPIs and I think that's why so many other people have voted for that Idea

This is basic functionality requiring only 3 to 5 icons

It has existed in PowerPivot (if I recall from the very beginning) - Why do I need to link to images to achieve this? Smiley Happy

 

KPIs3.png

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