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. Parallel coordinates visualization is used to plot multivariate numerical data. The ideal scenario for...
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The Parallel coordinates for Power BI are used to plot multivariate numerical data. The ideal scenario for this visualization is to compare many variables together and seeing the relationships between them. The ability of this custom visual isn’t to communicate the fact in the data to the users, but rather in their ability to bring some useful multivariate patterns and comparisons when used interactively for analysis.
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Parallel Coordinates allows the user to Set the scaling display and customize it, add separators, prefix and suffix values could be added
Parallel Coordinates for Power BI allows the user to customize the orientations, overlap labels and show background
This feature in Parallel Coordinates Chart makes it easier to compare the current hovered value across all the other measures
Visualize Multi Level Hierarchies
It helps you to visualize unlimited categories in the form of hierarchies seamlessly
This feature allows you to customize the position of axis and category axis along with other options like reversal, toggling of show/hide.
This custom visual lets you arrange the position of the legend, even enable the RTL Support
Export your visualization as PNG, PDF, etc. This menu also contains features such as Lasso, Reverse Lasso for the custom visual.
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