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waltheed
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Is there a visual capable of showing multiple fields (columns or measures) underneath eachother?

Hi all, 

Does anyone know if there is a visual capable of showing multiple fields (columns or measures) underneath eachother?

Not the multi-row card visual, because that makes it look quite messy (or did I miss some hidden properties?) 

 

I mean something like this:

 

Product ID:100123
Product Name:Some cool widget
Manufacturer:ACME Inc.
Introduced date:2008-03-01
Total sales this year:$1.234.990

 

Also I want to create something like this:

 

Gross sales:$ 10.000
Sales costs:$ 2.000
Other costs:$ 5.000
Total costs:$7.000
Net profit:$ 3.000

 

A visual that does example one should also be able to do the second example, I would expect. 

 

Many thanks for your help!

 

Cheers, Edgar Walther
ITsmart BI and Analytics consultant
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parry2k
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@waltheed yes, for measures, use matrix visual, put measures in values and on format pane, turn on "show on rows" it will work.

 

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waltheed
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Show on rows! Excellent. many thanks!


Is there also something for column values? I do not want to create a measure for each column value...

 

Cheers, Edgar Walther
ITsmart BI and Analytics consultant
parry2k
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@waltheed yes, for measures, use matrix visual, put measures in values and on format pane, turn on "show on rows" it will work.

 

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