In this blog, we will walk you through the steps to leverage condition formatting in xViz Gauges i.e. Linear & Advanced Gauge. One of the most common methods of analyzing the health of the KPI is by using conditional formatting. xViz Gauges - linear & angular...
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The xViz Linear Gauge for Power BI can be best used to visualize a KPI. The custom visual enables you to visually compare the actual and target values. The color bar shows how much progress has made toward key targets such as month on month or year over year. It also gives you the ability to see in what range the value of interest falls in the gauge for easy comparison and analysis. Configuration options such as orientation, conditional formatting, Number formatting, etc. are available.
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Advanced Conditional Formatting
Dynamically change track color based on set rules
Display Tier and custom data labels and highlight the active one
Tier Labels, Reverse axis and label styling options
Choose between different gauge layouts and Marker options
Data Label Customization
Style actual and target value differently with advanced customizations
Get to know about all the advanced features offered by xViz Linear Gauge in this insightful video
Yes, you heard it right! We added a new type of Linear Guage option. – ‘Progress Bar’ for broader coverage of different use cases for gauges. Following is a quick summary of exciting new features centered around the Progress bar for xViz Linear Gauge (v 1.1.5) New...
Linear gauges are a great choice when you want to display a single value within a given scale in a linear format and are more space-efficient as compared to the Radial gauges (Advanced Gauge). The simplest example of a linear gauge would be a thermometer. The xViz...
xViz Linear Gauge
|Advanced Conditional Formatting|
|Marker Customization |
|Semantic Formatting |
|Data Label customization |
|Tier Label and Limits|
|Reverse Axis |
|Axis Label customization |
|Global font family |
|Utility Menu - Exporting Options|
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