Multi Axes Chart
For Microsoft® Power BI
The Multi Axes Chart for Power BI gives you the ability to have up to 5 axes. The custom visual provides 10 options for choosing series such as line, column, area, spline, stacked column/area etc. Additional configuration options include conditional formatting, error bars, horizontal and vertical bands, and horizontal reference lines to round out this visualization’s formatting capabilities. The static reference lines & bands allow the user to track performance against set benchmarks or business thresholds.
Apply different colors to highlight data based on business rules
Various Chart Types
Choose from 20+ chart types to best present your data
Data Series Customization
Customize from 10+ data series options to fit the available real estate
Navigate to external URLs by passing dynamic context and parameters
Multiple Y axes
Use up to 5 axes to meet your enterprise needs
Configure series display including patterns, color, line and marker
Advanced Analytics and Statistics
Provide insights with deviation bar, error bars, reference lines and bands
Display additional data with stacked chart or shared tooltip
This blog is a part of the Multi-Axes Chart Blog Series The xViz Multi-Axes Chart as the name suggests provides the options to display multiple values on the different Y-axis (max 5). For example, you can visualize your sales ($), units (MT) and average selling...
Note: This blog addresses some features of the custom visual that will be available in the App Source in Sep 2019. To get this latest build, reach out to us here. This blog is a part of the Multi Axes Blog Series. Use Case for Multi Axes Chart When you deal with data...
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