Decomposition Tree Visualization Type
Multiple requests from groups that would like to see a decomposition tree. Typically they are from Proclarity/PerformancePoint world.
The Decomposition tree is now available as part of the November release of Power BI Desktop. For more info, see the blog post here: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/power-bi-desktop-november-2019-feature-summary/#decompTree
Loving the new visual!
One minor thing...when you rename an object it does not take the new name when you publish and defaults back to the original.
Good, but could improve
A few improvements:
- Multi-color formatting based on variable categories(not just positive or negative)
- Stacked bars - Completed task hours, task hours of WIP --> rolls up into field total or parent total
- Wrapping variable names or ability to set width of text before it is cut off
Ravi GV commented
Same here...still waiting. Came up on the virtual event as well not not on the Oct. update.
duc thai commented
it has been more than 3 months since the Microsoft Business application Summit any update on this ????
Justin Reading commented
hi Kim, is there any update on availability with this visual?
Hello, is there a road map for the release?
Wow as suggested by me the visual is AI driven, Great Work, Power BI Team.
I one most requested feature from my Clients is incremental load within the Pro account it would be great if we can get that feature soon. Thanks Power BI Team for Great Work.
Good question !
Will it work on RS ?
Will it work on an on-premise Report Server with a limited functionality (no AI features)?
Christian Eriksen commented
Great to see the work made on this. The preview presented was definitely a move in the right direction, in terms of the visual.
One comment - happy for this to be an 'AI' visual. However, it MUST support DirectQuery.
It is such a shame that these great visuals cannot be rolled out to client using DirectQuery connections (in our case - DQ to Azure SQL Database).
Just want to reinforce - this visual is one of the most wanted ideas on the forum. Don't reduce the usage of such a fantastic visual, by limiting it to who can use it.
Must support DirectQuery.
Look forward to the decomposition tree visualization availability in power bi, it will be a winner.
I can suggest one notion about this Idea, Make this visual as AI visual just like the key influence's visual.
I can summarize how it should work, it should work as well as the Performance point version when properly configured.
If you are interested in providing feedback on how the decomposition tree should behave in Power BI please reach out to me at email@example.com. I am looking to schedule some 1:1 calls (or focus groups depending on the amount of interest generated). We have lots of exciting options under consideration and would love to hear your thoughts!
Mike Lombardi commented
This will really help out clients that a looking for a truly intuitive drill down feature on metrics/measures. Clients expect to be able to click on a metric and then choose the drill down path. This would really help stop clients going..."oh but in this tool I just right click and drill down based on x dimension". The visual aspects to this needs to be customisable in terms of tooltips, measures and items to display and controlling the level of drill down allowed.
I agree with the comments below
This is great news, but the visual needs fully interactive capabilities in order to be a real breakthrough. Without the ability to slice & dice the data, it won't be nearly as useful
and will command less user adoption
Hope it gets bumped up the list
Pedro Innecco commented
Yay!!! Great news! And it only took over 4 years and 4,900+ votes! :)
Mark Stacey commented
Please make it a fully active visual, with the ability to slice other visuals by clicking, have right click drill through to other pages, allow tooltips, like a native custom visual.
Don't give us the half-hearted "here's a pop up to look at, but doesn't interact with anything" that disappointed us so with the decomp. tree in Performance Point
Thx for the update, PBI Team, keep doing the great work...
I can't help believing decomposition trees are way more value than what is being prioritized. I guess not enough folks have been exposed to decomposition trees in the past to understand their value and hence other not so great features get more votes and hence priority :-(