You will also see how slicers can be used in Power BI to dynamically update the data in Treemaps and Tables. Power BI Visuals are extremely easy to create and don’t require you to write any code.
In this article, you will learn how to work with Treemaps and Tables, which are two of the most commonly used Power BI visuals. You will also see how slicers can be used in Power BI to dynamically update the data in Treemaps and Tables. Power BI Visuals are extremely easy to create and don’t require you to write any code.
So, let’s begin without further ado.
Before we get started with creating our Power BI visuals we’ll need a data set to work with. For this article, we will be looking at a file of data that all relate to the ship the Titanic (the famous cruise liner). You can access this at this Kaggle link.
To get started please click to download the CSV dataset called ‘train’ to your PC.
Open Power BI Desktop, and click the Get Data button. You can find this on the left of the ribbon at the top of the page. This is shown in the image below.
From the GET DATA dropdown menu select the Text/CSV option which is second in the list below Excel.
Select the CSV file containing the data on the passengers of the Titanic that you downloaded above and then upload the data into Power BI by clicking on the Connect button.
Now that we have the dataset uploaded, your Power BI window should look as it appears in the image below.
This data that we have downloaded contains lots of information about the people who were travelling on the Titanic when it sank in 1912.
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