Drill Down Network PRO for Microsoft Power BI

Reveal the underlying connections and explore complex tabular data with ease.

Create outstanding and comprehensible Power BI reports

ZoomCharts Drill Down Visuals let you reduce report development time and ensures impressive user experience on any device.


Advanced functionality

Drill Down Visuals offer you professional functionality, several chart variations to choose from and vast customization options.


Professional services

Make use of our instructor-lead training, data visualization consultation and advanced technical support.


Additional benefits

We offer embed site license to get visuals in your applications, as well as custom feature and new visual development on-demand.

Gallery examples and templates

List through the demonstration of Drill Down Network visual features and settings. Each example shows unique features and has a pbix file available for download.

Vertice fill settings

Choose from solid color (Auto, Fixed or Dynamic) to a gradient fill with vast of configuration options

Outside label settings

Customize outer label content and appearance, including font style, padding, background color and transparency and border radius.

Inside label settings

Edit the content and appearance of inside labels. Font style and typeface, background color, opacity and border radius.

Edges styling

Stylize links for the network. Dashed or solid, add link decorations, define color and width.

How to explore data using Drill Down Network visual?

Network visual brings a completely new way of exploring data – you may literally dig into data searching for the insights and connections.
While standard Microsoft visuals allow you to only click on visuals, with ZoomCharts you may drag and drop various visual components – networking nodes which feels completely natural and yet very powerful – it’s like opening out the curtains covering the window to your data.

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What do I need to do to start the trial?

You only have to enter your email address and we’ll send a download link to you. No credit card details required.

What happens when my trial ends?

After the trial period expires, the configured charts will still be visible/available/accessible in your reports, but you are no longer licensed to use the advanced version of ZoomCharts custom visuals.

How are Nodes and Links created for the chart?

The logic on how vertices and edges are drawn in Network Visual is quite simple. A new node and link is created only for unique entries from the added data. Any additional entries that have the same category will only affect the radiuses of the specific node in the chart.

What layout is used in the chart and can it be changed?

The layout that is used in the chart is called “Force Feedback Layout”. At this time it is not possible to change the layout type.

What defines the link directions for the chart?

The direction of links is defined by the order in which the categories have been added to the Categories field in Field tab of the Visualizations pane.

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