Vertical and horizontal multiples (Small Multiples/Trellis)
As it is realized in Power View for Excel. THNX!
Hardly any votes, amazing. I think this is a must have!
Mark Wilcock commented
Would be extremely useful. For example, if I have several series (say n lines of different colours) on a time-series chart, this looks cluttered and difficult to differentiate lines. Much clearer if I have n charts each with a single line on the chart. Even better when I want to need to show two related lines per chart/category. This is very common requirement value vs moving average or actual bvs budget, usage vs limit..
Charts could be stacked side-buy-side (horizontal), directly below each other (vertical) or could simply wrap (side-by-side to page width then next row). We weed a new "Multiples" option in the properties well of most chart types that takes values: Horizontal, Vertical, Wrap.
This was in Excel's PowerView and small multiples are a basic staple of data visualisation techniques.
Why would you remove this? Ball is dropped!
The Header was supposed to be called "small multiples" instead of Smalltalk...
Trellis Charts are a great way to allow simple comparison between multiple categories. This should be available for all major Chart types
When showing this fuctionality in Power view in Excel,it is one of things that creates the most interest for adoption. It really is an outstanding feature :)
I can't complete my corporate mandated move to powerBI without them!
Adam Smith commented
Also Allow for multiples broken out by time range (i.e. By Year, Quarter, Month, Day, etc.)
Sami Huq commented
Need to find a way to create small Table Tiles
Product Revenue Profit
Product A 100 10
Product 2 200 15
Something like bellow image:
I think it could be a nice addition to the default visualizations. For Y-Axis scaling, it would be great to have a setting that makes it identical across all charts.
Kyle Sean Jacobs commented
If i have a line chart with sales by month, it would be nice to add a region field to the chart and have one line chart for each region. This function currently exists in Power View, please bring it into Power BI, thank you.