Dot Plot for Power BI®

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  • v1.0.0 (Apr 26, 2017) (version in the Office Store)
    • Initial release

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Dot Plot by OKViz allows you to compare multiple measures by their magnitude, representing each data point with a simple dot.
The key benefit to use a Dot Plot is that you can start the Y-Axis from a value different from zero without conveying the wrong message.


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    We publish components — including more examples and documentation — on our OKViz website as soon as they are available. In our gallery we can also publish beta versions of the components, which would not be possible in the Office Store.

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