In this module, you will learn how to use the Dial Gauge Power BI Custom Visual. While the usefulness of gauges on a dashboard is often debated, this module will show you how to configure one using Power BI. The Dial Gauge is often used to show KPIs.
Module 29 – Dial Gauge
- Power BI Custom Visual – Dial Gauge
- Dataset – Sales Goals.xlsx
- Completed Example – Module 29 – Dial Gauge.pbix
- The effectiveness of gauges on dashboards is an often debated topic.
- The Dial Gauge is completely data driven, which means not only must your measure (drives the needle) come from a dataset, but also the different thresholds ranges must come from your dataset too.
- There are no specific format settings for the Dial Gauge, which does limit you a bit with what you can do with this gauge.
This Dial Gauge shows sales performance.
- Again, under the Format paintbrush, there are no specific settings for the Dial Gauge, but you will have a set of settings that appears on every visual to adjust the background color, add a border around the visual and lock the aspect ratio.
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