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Anonymous
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Gauge visual with multiple targets

Hi All,

 

Is it possible to have a gauge visual with two different sets of targets? E.g. "Plan", "Revised Plan"?

 

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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

I can't find any custom visual that meets your requirement.  Maybe you need to create two visuals:one for plan and the other one for Revised Plan.

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

Best Regards,

Dedmon Dai

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TilakrajP
Regular Visitor

Hi @Anonymous , U can use technometer visual for this, refer the screenshot below

TilakrajP_0-1721702420952.png

 

AndreaCBS
Helper I
Helper I

Hello everyone,
I have the same problem, and I tried to stack two gauges like suggested by @egsiegel in his message, but the client need to modify the threshold time to times, so I thought that instead of a gauge there is another visual (like a bar char ecc.) in which I/he can put easily and manually thresholds/target values, visually "similar" to the gauge.

Any suggestions?

yashwant101
Helper II
Helper II

Hi all,

 

Did anyone find any solution to get 2 different targets as 2 different lines? Your help is highly appreciated.

I didn't find anything useful - there's an idea posted but it has virtually no votes (link below):
https://ideas.fabric.microsoft.com/ideas/idea/?ideaid=e266e4d0-f245-4795-84a3-2c0c397e3520

 

With enough votes it might get developed

Anonymous
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We still don't have this in 2023..

 

Srsly Microsoft 

 

Wasted 4 -5 hours tried every gauge chart ever available .... and even charticulator doesn't help..

 

Chat gpt was not able to answer this .. conversation went in circles..

Lol the fun part is it got trianed by me..

 

Lets just pivot data and use stack bar chart 

 

Would be happy to recieve a satisfying solution.

 

 

@Anonymous @Kevin_SC @egsiegel @v-deddai1-msft 

In the same spot as all of you - there's an idea posted but it has virtually no votes (link below):
https://ideas.fabric.microsoft.com/ideas/idea/?ideaid=e266e4d0-f245-4795-84a3-2c0c397e3520

Kevin_SC
Frequent Visitor

I've just looked through 3 similar topics and found no solutions.

 

Why didn't you add several ticks to the gauge? It's obvious that there might be more than 1 target. Honestly I believe that whoever designs those visuals have never worked in a non-software company.

 

Instead you either propose very 'creative' solutions or suggest to add an idea which by the looks of things will not be realized in the near 5 years anyway.

egsiegel
Frequent Visitor

I know I am late to this one, but wanted to post this solution:

I created 2 Gauge visuals with the same min and max values.

1st one has the Values and Target.  Do not display the target value (alignment issues) and shut the background off.

2nd should have only the second target set as the value and be 80% the size of the 1st.

set the colors as desired.

put the 1st visual on top of the 2nd and align centers.

group the 2 visuals

 

it should end up looking like this:

egsiegel_0-1614790232212.png

 

 

 

 

Anonymous
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The Dial Gauge custom visual might be what you're looking for. it allows you to set Target and actual. 

Karlos_1-1595923435270.png

 

Anonymous
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@Anonymous thank you for the suggestion but I believe that is more useful if you have a target range as opposed to two single point-value targets as I have?

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

I can't find any custom visual that meets your requirement.  Maybe you need to create two visuals:one for plan and the other one for Revised Plan.

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

Best Regards,

Dedmon Dai

Anonymous
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Hi @v-deddai1-msft, thank you for checking. Yes that is currently what I am doing but it leads to redundancy as the "actual" value is repeated amongst different visuals. Thank you however.

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

But It seems to be the only way for now.I also recommend you create an idea for it  in https://ideas.powerbi.com/forums/265200-power-bi-ideas to improve the power bi.

 

Best Regards,

Dedmon Dai

 

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