Bullet Charts

 

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Bullet Chart

Description: The bullet chart provides a rich display of data in a small space. Inspired by Stephen Few, here is a Power BI implementation. Vertical orientation coming soon.

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Thank you to everybody for support! I hope it will be available in Power BI soon. This is a natural fit for Power BI. Hi Ricardo, yes, the repo contains also the 20 visuals built in Power BI. Again click the Add button. You will get a new window and select XY Scatter from the left hand side.

From the right, select the first chart type below the XY Scatter section. Select the purple section and repeat step 8. Now your chart will look like this: Right click any purple cross mark and click Select Data option.

From the left, select and click Edit button. You will get a new window. Click in the Series name: Click in the Series X values: Enter the values 10,30,50,70 in the Series Y values: Select Target and click Edit button. Select Vertical Error Bars from the left hand side. Enter 7 in the Percentage textbox under Error Amount section. Select Line Style from left and enter 3 pt in the Width combo box.

Click any purple cross mark and repeat steps 10 and Delete the vertical line instead of horizontal line. Select Horizontal Error Bars from the left hand side. Enter in the Percentage textbox under Error Amount section. Right click any of the cross mark and click Format Data Series option. In the new window, select Marker Options from the left and click None from the right. Create a Bullet Chart Step 1. Now you will get a chart like this: Now your screen will look like this: Right click any of the green bar and click Format Data Series option.

Right click any of the green bar and click Select Data option. Click the spreadsheet icon and select cells from A3 to A6. Your window should look like this: Click OK to get a window like this: Again click OK and you will get a screen like this: Now the window will look like this: Click OK and again click OK. Right click the blue section and click Change Series Chart Type option.

Your chart will look like this: