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dpombal
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Searching for visualization Soccer heatmap

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I was searching on https://app.powerbi.com/visuals/  without luck , a soccer visualization heatmap which provided with player positions on pitch, create a graph similar to this.

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MawashiKid
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Hi,

 

You can have a look at following custom visual samples built by Simon J.K. Pedersen [skjp] available on Github:
There's a pbviz version you can download and check out.


https://github.com/sjkp/heatmap/releases

You can also refer to following page to get info on how to import and use the pbiviz package on:

 

https://sjkppowerbi.azurewebsites.net/heatmap/


The visual pbiviz package version was built with Power BI Visuals CLI v1.2.0 version though
I guess you can manage to easily repackage it using v1.4..0

If everything goes as expected... there should be a BackgroundUrl property which allows you to define a background image 

 

Hope this helps.


 
  

 

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daanmot
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You could use a Py or R visual (using soccermatic, ggsoccer or another, for example) that would do this job in great way! 

MawashiKid
Resolver II
Resolver II

Hi,

 

You can have a look at following custom visual samples built by Simon J.K. Pedersen [skjp] available on Github:
There's a pbviz version you can download and check out.


https://github.com/sjkp/heatmap/releases

You can also refer to following page to get info on how to import and use the pbiviz package on:

 

https://sjkppowerbi.azurewebsites.net/heatmap/


The visual pbiviz package version was built with Power BI Visuals CLI v1.2.0 version though
I guess you can manage to easily repackage it using v1.4..0

If everything goes as expected... there should be a BackgroundUrl property which allows you to define a background image 

 

Hope this helps.


 
  

 

Anonymous
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Hi dpombal

Have you tried the Synoptic Desginer, created by sqlbi?

Here is the link:

http://synoptic.design/

 

Greetings, Hp Pfister

 

@AnonymousNo i haven't seen, but how can I use a custom svg on PowerBI ?

Hi @dpombal,

 

You can also find "Synoptic Panel" custom visual on Power BI Visual Gallery here. And the custom SVG files can be used by hovering over the visual and select Change like below.Smiley Happy

 

svg.PNG

 

Regards

Anonymous
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There are some informations on http://okviz.com/synoptic-panel/

 

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