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Utilizing full with of charts

Power BI needs to handle measure-only charts same way as Excel does. At time of writing, charts in Power BI without a dimension on the axis will group all measures in the midle leaving large parts on both sides empty. This wasted screen real estate. I have added example from Power BI and Excel 2016 to show the difference.












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I think it is a different disign, for me the chart in Power BI is preferred. As the columns are in different colors, so even they're next to each other, it is not a problem to distinguish them.


Some trick to get a similar char as in Excel, use measure=BLANK() as seperator.





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Excel can provide different colors as well, and that is not the issue. The issue is the amount of "dead" space on the left and right side of the bars. 


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I came across to this myself too, I hope there's a functionality I don't know yet.

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