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Donut Chart: Create A Custom Visual Using Charticulator

Donut Chart

This tutorial will show you how to create a donut chart visualization using Charticulator. It’s similar to a pie chart; the difference is that a donut chart presents categories as arcs instead of slices. You’ll learn how to design and create your own donut chart for your Power BI data report. Launching Charticulator First, create

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Rose Chart: Create A Circular Graph Using Charticulator

Rose-Chart--Create-A-Circular-Graph-Using-Charticulator

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a rose chart using Charticulator. It is a graph that displays data using polar coordinates. The length of each segment from the polar axis’ center is measured by the value it represents. Exporting To Charticulator The first step is to create and export a dataset to Charticulator.

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Line Charts – A Common Yet Great Visualization

Line Charts – A Common Yet Great Visualization

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a line chart for your Power BI data reports using Charticulator. It’s one of the most common visuals that you can encounter in different reports. It plots data points using a series of lines which provide valuable information. Creating The Dataset The first thing to do is

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Scatter Chart Visualizations With Charticulator

Scatter Chart Visualizations With Charticulator

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a scatter chart for your Power BI report. This is a chart that shows data for two or more variables using Cartesian coordinates. You can use it to monitor relationships between different categories. Creating A Scatter Chart In Charticulator This is a sample scatter chart that you

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Heat Map – A Great Visualization For Power BI Reports

Heat Map

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a heat map visual using Charticulator. It is used to identify outliers and show multiple insights in your data report. You will find this visualization useful in monitoring the performances of retail outlets. This is an example of a heat map. It shows the data of the

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