For Microsoft® Power BI
The Bullet Chart for Power BI is a variation of a bar chart developed as a replacement for gauges and meters. The Bullet chart has the following advantages over the gauges. It saves space and requires less real estate, as it can be oriented horizontally and vertically based on the space available. The bullet chart displays multiple measures in a single visual. The custom visual is designed in such a way that the information present in the chart is conveyed easily.
Tooltip and Legends
Reverse Axis and Legends RTL support
This blog is part of the Bullet Chart Blog Series In this blog, we will be looking at some of the common use cases of the Bullet Chart using xViz Custom Visuals for Power BI. Use Cases - Summary Highlighting performance against benchmark using Conditional Formatting...
Note: This blog addresses some features of the custom visual that will be available in the App Source in Nov 2019. To get this latest build, reach out to us here. This blog is part of the Bullet Chart Blog Series. In the previous blog, we looked at some of the key...
Note: This blog addresses some features of the custom visual that will be available in the App Source in Nov 2019. To get this latest build, reach out to us here. This blog is part of the Bullet Chart Blog Series Bullet charts are a variation of a bar chart developed...
Feature Comparison of Free vs Pro version of the xViz Suite
xViz Bullet Chart
|Features||Free||Pro||Power BI Gantt Chart|
|Adv Conditional Formatting|
|Target Marker Customization|
|Qualitative / Comparison Band customization|
|Qualitative / Comparison Band in legends and Tooltip|
|Legends with RTL support|
|Analytics - Reference Line|
|Analytics - Reference band|
|Data Label customization|
|Conditional formatting in Legends|
|Click legends to hide series|
|X and Y Axis positioning|
|No of Series Display|
|Axis Label Customization|
|Customize plot area width|
|On Demand Drilldown|
|Sort by anything other than default value|
|Tooltip - benchmark Progress|
|Global font family|
|Utility Menu - Exporting Options|
Horizontal and Vertical orientation of the visual helps it to display multiple measures at the same time.
Performance of a product can be compared with one or more alternative measures
Multiple Qualitative Bands gives an overview of the target achieved as Good, Average or Bad
Targets can be identified by applying conditional formatting to the bands
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