Can we add sparkline support to tables and matrix? Native Excel PivotTable supports it.
Great idea! We’d like to add more visualization types in the future, and the votes that this item receives will help us prioritize them.
when will you're going to be serious about user problem business want this feature, we need this badly, please get this ASAP we can't wait till next year MBAS for announcement than another few months for roll-out.
Louis dorn commented
This would be huge
Why is this still under review? I think the work should have already commenced on this , given that this idea has generated 3000+ votes. Please make this happen. SVG based solution is not ideal
Sparkline in Report services why is this taking more than 5 years to implement
Not only Sparkline we need much more then this the complete feature of Excel quick KPI & spark lines.
Sparklines for multiple measures in one column + show data labels in tooltip on hover over would make a very refined interactive experience!
jeffrey Weir commented
Back in November 2018, Amir signalled that MS would figure out a way to "make [sparklines in a matrix]" happen:
Will...Phil Seamark is so sick of me nagging for Sparklines at each PowerBI User Group meeting that he's started not showing up to meetings.
We miss him. Help bring him back. Figure out that way to "make it happen"...even if it's just a simple tweak like allowing us to have rectangular SVG images instead of the current square frame 'placeholder'.
Sparkline(and its variants) is a must feature as it is one of the most useful visualisation but we do have a workaround not elegant but opens possibilities to creating complex visualisation .This is by creating a measure with SVG code and categorising this measure as an image URL
Here are examples
This does not work when Report is connected via live connections as the image URL is greyed.
Ultimately , we do want sparklines but we do not have an ETA of when this will be delivered
so please vote for this as well
I hope the below video show how to do above by using DAX.
I don't understand how this is on the front page of Power BI ideas for Top and Hot, and it hasn't been responded to in over 4 years. Seriously? Are there only 2 people working on the BI team?
Sparklines have little value as an individual object and must be in a table to be useful. Other people have mentioned that this is a basic feature that other products have so please, please please get this prioritized and completed ASAP.
***Dec 2, 2014***
under review · Admin:
Will Thompson (Product Manager, Power BI, Microsoft Power BI) responded ·
It's past Dec 2, 2018. So more than 4 years after this went "under review". I now there is an SVG Graphics viewer on GitHub now.
I know how hard it can be to provide info about timing for adding new features. But a 4-year waiting period for something this basic (and this requested) is a little crazy, and not very useful in a "community".
This live yet?
jeffrey Weir commented
Yay! We made it to the first page of the PowerBI Ideas site!
Todd Clifton commented
Sparklines in a table is considered standard functionality, everyone else has this. The only reason we went with Tableau over Power BI was because tables/matrix don't support sparklines.
Would be very useful, especially when formatting of sparklines is possible:
-chart type: line chart, horizontal bar, column, ...
-colors: and even coloring datapoints (for example with a function)
-adding datalabels and formatting
-add a sparkline in one cell that contains 2 or more measures (for comparison so we don't need multiple columns)
The suggestion of Chris Webb is worth mentioning: using report page tooltips that can be shown in a table/matrix cell:
Admin: Can you *please* roll the "In table/matrix visualisations" idea at https://ideas.powerbi.com/forums/265200-power-bi-ideas/suggestions/12898575-in-table-matrix-visualisations into this one, so that they get the combined weight they deserve?
Of course, it's not just these 1100-plus-and-countingvoters that think Sparklines are a good idea:
Stephen Few 2006: "Sparklines are ideal for dashboards. Every dashboard vendor ought to support them"
Edward Tufte 2006: "Imagine new software or a new computer display that enormously improved the resolution of data graphics. How wonderful and valuable that would be. Sparklines provide such improvements by design"
Tableau has 'em. Qlik has 'em. Heck, even Excel has 'em...
This was submitted almost 4 years ago. There is already a custom visual "Matrix KPI" available, yes, but not all companies allow custom visuals. So I think I am not alone when saying that a native support would be appreciated.