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5 Awesome Power BI Visuals You Probably Didn't Know
Mar 12, 2023 3:28 PM

5 Awesome Power BI Visuals You Probably Didn't Know

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In this video you learn 5 awesome visuals in Power BI you probably didn't know,some of which use Artificial Intelligence (AI). For this, I provide a free

dataset above to download and follow along. First, you'll learn to make a

decomposition tree, which makes sense for root cause analysis. Then, you'll makeuse of the key insights visual, which uses AI to determine what is affecting a certain number. Third, we'll make a line chart with a target area. Then, we'll create another line chart, but this time with bookmarks and buttons so it's dynamic.

Finally, we'll make use of the more visuals options on Power BI to

select a calendar visuals.

Chapters:

  • 0:00 - Decomposition Tree
  • 1:50 - Key Influencers Visual
  • 4:03 - Line Chart with Bookmarks
  • 6:15 - Line Chart with Target Areas
  • 8:17 - Calendar Visual

Five more Visuals that looks nice on PowerBI

  1. The Bullet Chart: The Bullet Chart is a variation of the bar chart that allows you to compare a single measure against a target value. This is useful if you want to track progress towards a goal or measure performance against a standard.
  1. The Tree Map: Tree Maps are used to compare values in a hierarchical structure. They are often used to show the distribution of data across a set of categories.
  1. The Waterfall Chart: The Waterfall Chart is used to track how changes in a single measure impacts the overall value. It is especially useful for tracking the effects of revenue or expenses over time.
  1. The Funnel Chart: Funnel Charts are used to track the progress of a process from start to finish. They are often used to track the progress of sales or marketing campaigns.
  1. The Card Visual: The Card Visual is a simple way to display a single measure or value. It is often used to display summary information such as total sales or average order value.