Box and Whisker with Points for Power BI
Step 1 – Get the visual
You can get the visual from our website, Microsoft AppSource or Power BI desktop/web.
a. Website - Go to the visual page and click on ‘Get Trial’ button. You will be redirected to the pricing page where you will provide your email id and click on the ‘Download Visual’ button.
You will receive a mail which will contain the link to download .pbiviz file and a free trial license.
Step 2 – Map your data in the fields available
After importing the visual in Power BI, map data in the given fields.
Here we have mapped 'Tree Type' in Category, 'Sum of Tree Height' in Value 1, 'Sum of Produce (Kg)' in Value 2, 'Sum of Area (sqm) in Value 3, 'Orchard' in Legend and 'Tooltip' in Tooltip.
You can add up to three values i.e. total three boxes.
In case you want to add small multiple, you can map that too.
Step 3 – Format your visual further
a. License Details - If you want to check how your visual works in other Power BI platforms besides Power BI desktop, you have to fill License Details section.
To know more about License Details section, click here.
b. Layout Section – In case you don’t want to see the Sorting and Analytics icons present on the top left of the visual. You can switch off the Show Toolbar button.
c. Chart and Legend Section - To know more about these sections, please click the below links
d. X/Y Axis – You can format the X and Y Axis under these sections. You can choose the type of the axis, axis color, axis label formatting and many more.
For more details visit Axis section.
e. Value Section – Under Value section, you have all the properties through which you can configure box like flip, transparency, fill color, border width, border color, whisker width, mean, standard deviation, notches, etc.
You can have different Quartile method. Below, we have Quartile method with Include median on the left side and Exclude median on the right.
i. Box Point Properties - You can customize point properties like position, jitter, transparency, color, size, shape, etc.
Additionally, you can also customize outline of points.
Step 4 – Advance Feature (Conditional Color Formatting and Sorting)
a. Conditional Color Formatting - You can color the chart based on data fields or rules. You can use Conditional Color Formatting documentation to learn more about this section.
Map the data based on which you want to color them. Click on ‘Conditional Color’ icon on the top left side.
Under Format Style select Rules. Click on Add Rule and you can now change the color of bars based on mapped data.
b. Sorting - PBIVizEdit offers great sorting flexibility for all its visuals. Below, we have shown how to create and apply custom sorting based on the fields you choose.
For more details, visit Sorting section.