In this module you will learn how to use the Table Sorter Power BI Custom Visual. The Table Sorter allows you to rapidly re-sort and rank values within a table.
Module 46 – Table Sorter
- Power BI Custom Visual – Table Sorter
- Dataset – NFL Data.xlsx
- Completed Example – Module 46 – Table Sorter.pbix
- Column in the table can show a rank value, attributes and measures.
- Allows you to build stacked table columns to explore combinations and weighting.
- Column headers can show the distribution of values in a Histogram.
This Table Sorter shows a rank of NFL offenses by various metrics.
- Under the Format paintbrush there are several customizations available for the Table Sorter.
- Under the Presentation section you have several properties you can adjust. Let’s highlight a few:
- Units and Precision have to do with the formatting of the values in the table.
- Turning on the Stacked property adjusts any Stacked Columns you’ve created to stack the values together.
- Using the Values displays labels on every value in the table.
- The Histogram property is turned on by default. Turning this off removes the Histograms in the column headers.
- Using the Animation property can either turn on/off the interaction you see in the table as you select values to re-sort by. When turned off, the re-sorting occurs without the smooth transition.
- Table tooltips is a nice feature you will see as you hover above values in the table.
- In the Selection section you can make the Table Sorter multi-selectable by turning on the Multi Select feature.
In addition to these properties, there are settings that appear on every visual to adjust the background color, add a border around the visual and lock the aspect ratio.
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