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Power BI Preview report visualizations

This is the current list of visualizations that can be added to Power BI reports. We’ll be adding new visualizations as well, stay tuned!  All of these can be added to a Power BI report but not all of these can be pinned to a dashboard (see list below) and not all of these are recognized by Q&A (see list below).

Bar and column charts

 

Single number card tiles


Combo charts


For more information, see Tutorial: Combo Charts in Power BI.

Funnel charts


For more information, see Tutorial: Funnel Charts in Power BI.

Gauge charts

For more information, see Tutorial: Gauge Charts in Power BI.

Line charts


Maps (basic)


Filled Maps (Choropleth)


For more information, see Tutorial:  Filled Maps in Power BI.

Pie charts


Scatter and bubble charts


Slicer


Small Multiples


Standalone images


Tables


Tree Maps


Visualizations you can pin to a dashboard

Some visualizations you can create in your report, but not pin them to your dashboard yet. Here are the visualizations you can pin to a dashboard:

  • Bar and column charts: Clustered, stacked, and 100% stacked
  • Cards (Cards and Callout Cards without KPIs or images)
  • Combo charts
  • Funnel charts
  • Gauge charts
  • Line charts
  • Maps (basic)
  • Pie charts with a legend but without details
    This pie chart has no details:

    This pie chart has details subdividing each slice:

  • Scatter and bubble charts
  • Standalone images
  • Tables or matrixes with no images or KPIs
  • Single-number card tiles (made from the question box or a card with a single measure. If you’re using a Card, make sure you have set an aggregation in the Field Well rather than ‘Do Not Summarize’)

  • Tree maps

Visualizations you can specify with Q&A

When typing natural language queries with Power BI Q&A, there are some visualization types that you can specify in the query.  For example:

sales by state as a treemap


The visualization types that currently work with Q&A are:

  • Bar and column charts: Clustered, stacked
  • Cards (Cards and Callout Cards without KPIs or images)
  • Line charts
  • Maps (basic)
  • Pie charts with a legend but without details
    This pie chart has no details:

    This pie chart has details subdividing each slice:

  • Scatter and bubble charts
  • Tables or matrixes with no images or KPIs
  • Single-number card tiles (made from the question box or a card with a single measure. If you’re using a Card, make sure you have set an aggregation in the Field Well rather than ‘Do Not Summarize’)

  • Tree maps

SOURCE: https://support.powerbi.com/knowledgebase/articles/469552-visualization-types-available-in-power-bi-reports