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How to deploy xViz Visuals in Power BI?

The xViz Suite of Visuals for Microsoft Power BI has been adopted by nearly 1000 customers worldwide. Together, our Pro Visualizations Suite of 19 highly recommended visualizations and our Project Management Suite consisting…

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xViz Pricing & Licensing options revamped for better flexibility

The xViz suite for Microsoft Power BI has consistently added to its portfolio of visuals over the last couple of years. In addition, the visuals have continued to incorporate newer features based on market feedback. The xViz Pro Suite today has 19 different visuals, with many featured in Microsoft’s Editor’s Picks, while our Gantt Chart […]

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Managing projects with multiple phases in Power BI using Gantt Chart

Have you ever wondered how can we visualize the timeline of various projects with multiple phases? With multiple ongoing projects, and each having to go through a series of phases, it becomes essential to visualize the plan in an effective manner. Consider having the following data of four construction projects, each with five stages and […]

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How to create 100% Stacked Area Charts in Power BI Dashboards

Area charts are very useful in visualizing dense data over time. 100% Stacking is a part-to-whole representation of the area chart to focus on the contribution of different categories and across the horizontal axis like time.  The xViz Multiple Axes Chart provides a variety of data representations in up to 5 different axes. The data representation […]

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Alternative Visualization Techniques in Power BI

The xViz visualization suite has 19 visuals to offer. Each of these visuals can be used for various reporting needs. In this article, we’re going to have a look at some of the unique xViz visuals that can be used to represent your data differently to help give you a new perspective and derive new […]

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Data Visualization using Small Multiples in Power BI

Imagine that you are a general manager, and you want to monitor how all the stores in the region are performing, in terms of sales and goods sold. You could have around ten stores in a particular state. Monitoring this on a line chart could get messy and confusing. To get valuable insights, the best […]

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Performance Analysis of Stores in Power BI with Multi-Axes Visual

Tracking the performance of any entity, like Stores, involves evaluating several KPIs. This brings a need to concisely represent multiple KPIs for comparison in one visual. Most of the time, these measures might not have the same scale or even be the same kind of measure, for example, you might want to see sales in […]

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Marimekko Chart - Various Configurations in Power BI

Marimekko Chart, also known as Mekko chart, is used to analyze two KPIs across two categories. A typical Mekko chart utilizes the width of a column chart to add the information of one more metric. In the image above, we are visualizing a sample dataset of the Scores of a few US Cities for various […]

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Monitoring & Managing Projects in Power BI using Gantt Chart Alerting Configurations

When it comes to tracking & monitoring projects, the xViz Gantt Chart can be a very useful tool in your arsenal. The tool offers plenty of enterprise-level features that set it apart, and these features can be set up easily by business users as well. Of these many features, one that we’d like to particularly […]

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Trellis-style Bullet Chart for representing multiple KPIs in Power BI

The KPI values on a report become more meaningful when those are associated with comparative factors like a target, benchmark, past performance, etc. The Bullet chart is one such visual that provides the aid of visualizing KPIs with such benchmarks. Additionally, the KPIs of any business are often interdependent. This creates a need to visualize […]

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7 Visualization Techniques with Waterfall Chart in Power BI

You have probably been using the concept of the Waterfall chart to visualize a chain of positive and negative data intuitively, resulting in the final net value. But did you know that using the same concept, you can represent data in a bunch of different variations? This blog will cover 7 of these variations that […]

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