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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.Anonymous commented
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
Hi everyone! To give you an update here, we’ve begun work on this feature!
The first step will be bringing icon sets as a conditional formatting option. You’ll be able to set rules and icons, very similar to what you can do in Excel today. We want to get this out to you quickly, so it’ll be available in table and matrix visuals only to begin with.
Based on the comments on this thread, we’re focusing on the indicators first and looking for feedback on how soon after we need to follow with model-based KPIs. Please keep letting us know in the comments if you need model support for this too!
Thanks for your patience and for engaging and voting!Anonymous commented
While I agree that KPI Red/Yellow/Green Indicators is a great feature to have, if you are not connecting to a tabular model but this will not resolve the dynamic KPI threshold issue, whether you are connected to tabular model or not
Please see http://www.mssqlgirl.com/dynamic-kpi-threshold-in-tabular-or-power-pivot.html
We do have a workaround to overcome dynamic KPI threshold issue by creating measure as a SVG and categorize as an image URL but this does not work if you connect to tabular model or live connections to databases
Please vote for below link as this will be a great workaround to overcome this problem
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