In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss a question that was recently posted on the Enterprise DNA forum about Charticulator. David Joy, one of the members of the forum, had a question about one of Mudassir’s videos from his data visualization course. He wanted to know how to format charts and conditionally highlight the MAX
Tag: Power BI Custom charts
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
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.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a slope chart using Charticulator. This chart is useful when you want to compare values at different timeframes. It can also show the growth of a category along the points that it is plotted. Export Dataset To Charticulator This is the sample Slope Chart that will be
Waffle Charts in Power BI are advanced chart types that are commonly used to show parts of a whole. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to use the Enlighten Waffle chart which is another custom visual in Power BI. It provides an easy and simple way to visualize a percentage of values on a 10×10