What are Dashboards?
A dashboard is a visual display of all of your data. While it can be used in all kinds of different ways, its primary intention is to provide information at-a-glance, such as KPIs.
A dashboard usually sits on its own page and receives information from a linked database. In many cases it’s configurable, allowing you the ability to choose which data you want to see and whether you want to include charts or graphs to visualize the numbers.
Creating a Dashboard in PowerBI
This dashboard will be created using various visualizations for different fields and it will be shown in the reports tab of Power BI.
Data is all about College Placement that how many students got placement and from which branch, which gender, etc.
Once you selected the fields you are going to need to select a proper representation for it. In this case we are going to use a clustered column chart from all the options available.
After you select the representation type the graph will be generated accordingly in the view panel.
To view the comparison chart as a table you need to right click on the chart and select “show as table” option.
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