I am trying to visualize in power bi. I have two datasets named - entities and features.
Entity dataset consists of user id, employee business line, employee profile center
Features dataset consist of sender, recipient (which in in the same format as the user id)
For both the dataset the relationship is user id 1--many sender & user id 1--many recipient.
I want to visualize it in such a way where i will be able to see the data flow between business lines along with the sender and recipient names.
Sender 1 ------->Recepient 1
Sender Business line ------ >Recepient Business line
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This may help you,
Have you tried duplicating the Entity dataset and name them Sender and Recipient. After setting up the relationships, you should be able to filter by Business Line or Profile Center for either Sender or Recipient (or both) .
Give it a try and let me know.
I tried, but i am confused which visual to use. since i want to show it flowing from sender to recepient and i also want to know from which business lines they are.
Something like this:
Take a look at a visual from MS called Chord that might work for you.
a few more examples...
This visual doesn't really do what you want if I understand your requirements.
I've looked at a few other visuals but nothing else seems close either.
Might be a job for... someone who knows R.
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