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Create a comprehensive yet clean overview of relationships, dependencies, and outliers.
Visualize the chain-of-command in your company with an org chart. You can also attach photos and e-mail hyperlinks for each employee.
Make your transaction data or anti-money laundering analysis smoother and more efficient with interactive flow charts.
Create a chart of your stakeholders or manage your commercial accounts. Visualize your community and track web traffic.
Analyze your IT infrastructure and visualize your network with a clear graph. Identify, track, and maintain your assets with an ITAM graph.
Start creating your graph with just three data fields – Source, Target, and Value. Your visualization can be as complex as you want, and you can even implement DAX calculations.
Create a graph that perfectly suits your needs by choosing between multiple layout options, including Dynamic, Hierarchy, and Radial.
Declutter even the most complex graphs by marking the most important nodes as focus nodes. You can then drill down and expand them with just a click.
Adjust the color, shape, outline, and label for each individual node, an entire hierarchy level or all nodes at once. You can also attach your own images to a node.
Denote hierarchies and relationships with customizable one-way or two-way links between the nodes. Furthermore, you can add labels to the links to briefly explain the relationship.
Choose between Power BI’s built-in or our custom tooltips for nodes and links. You can also feature clickable hyperlinks to a website or e-mail address.
Group multiple similar nodes together with colorful and distinct auras. It’s a visually pleasing and effective way to, for example, highlight separate teams in your org chart.
Customize the toolbar with a wide range of on-chart interactions to make it easier for your end users to explore your data.
Make your reports truly interactive by automatically filtering the relevant data across multiple charts. No need for slicers – simply click on the data node you want to drill down to.
Capture specific views and create easy buttons that your end users can use to conveniently access exactly the data they need to see.
We have prepared some free interactive examples for you. See what your reports might be missing.
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Drill Down Graph PRO is a security certified visual, which means that it's not allowed to load images through direct URLs. To make the visual load and show images, they need to be encoded into base64. If you are still experiencing issues, reach out to our support team [email protected]
Expand and collapse can be enabled once you've done these steps:
1. You have defined focus nodes - https://zoomcharts.com/en/microsoft-power-bi-custom-visuals/documentation/drill-down-graph-visual/features/focus-nodes-dynamic-expand-collapse/
2. Display mode has been set to Focus Nodes. This can be done in two ways:
a. You have set Focus Nodes as your initial display mode by going under Formatting Options > Navigation > Initial Display Mode. Set this to Focus Nodes.
b. You can change the display mode by clicking the Display Mode toolbar button. Make sure it's enabled under Formatting Options > Toolbar.
To find out more about Drill Down Graph PRO, you can visit these two resources:
1. ZoomCharts Academy - https://academy.zoomcharts.com/courses/visualize-data-with-drill-down-visuals-advanced/drill-down-graph-pro-visual/intro
2. Documentation section - https://zoomcharts.com/en/microsoft-power-bi-custom-visuals/documentation/drill-down-graph-visual/
Currently, Drill Down Graph PRO supports 3 layout modes:
2. Hierarchy (allows you to change direction)
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