This error suggests an error in the measure. Now the trick is to use conditional formatting for the Cards background colour using rule based expressions. I am also seeking a solution to be able to have both options to select a value by either selecting a value (which your instructions cover) or by searching from a Text Filter visual. The first measure that is needed is one that can return a True or False response based on the selection in our slicer. I came up with two . Do you mind taking a look at my workbook. The principle of a measure that formats a data point is the same, I think. The [Message] measure is dependent on the [Check Filtered] measure. c. Format the chart X-axis and Y-axis title text colour with [Hide Labels]. I had tried some work arounds with filtering on a related dim table as you mentioned, but ran into even more performance issues. This properly filters the table, but also reverse-filters graph A, which now *only* shows the bar I initially selected. Thats a nice little workaround. Hi Abu, Check out this how-to video if youre still having trouble. I couldnt able to play around with zoom in/out control since the card is on top of the map visual. Is it possible to solve it? Then build a hierarchy slicer with Part Type, Part Number. If I select Germany, I want to see RequestID=1 and if I select Turkey or Singapore I want to see everything, and that works! Alternatively, leave the world map fully visible, but alter the message, to explain that data will only be revealed once a selection is made. I have tried this in my report and I downloaded your sample work book as well but noticed that your sample work book has same issue what I am facing. Have a blank map on your report, and then use the show/hide to render the data under your condition, allowing you to keep the data on the map selectable The trick seems to be working slicers are used but not when a search bar is used. Resize your original Message card to just cover the Bar Chart Title, and place a Message Blank card over each of the axis of your chart, so that the space where the bars render remains uncovered. This slicer will change the visuals to display either of the two calendar types, for example Planning Year holds future months and Financial Year does not. The second table is showing all content though I have set the Hide visual measure in Filter pane. 3. I am sure this will be one option in the future. CONCATENATEX(VALUES(Products[Category]),Products[Category], ) = Clothing Bikes, The hidden visual now only appears when both Bikes and Clothing are selected in the slicer. Its all clever stuff.but the key thing I think when reading this (as someone who uses Power BI, Tableau and Business Objects) is why on earth is there not a native hide function in Power BI?! If there is nothing selected in the slicer, I dont want to see the matrix at all, but instead see some instructions on what to do. You may find this other article useful in giving you some ideas. This is an awesome article, thanks a lot! My only question is: can the solution for Jemma be used to switch between 2 matrix visuals based on the slicer selection? In this article. Dang: This doesnt work for me when saved to the PBI service and rendered in IE (version 11.0.120). In Power BI Desktop, select a drillable visual to make it active. Well, that should work. This show visual option does not work for card and donut chart. Great thanks, JSON . Note: If you select the Part Type in the slicer then all of the part numbers for that type will be revealed. Current v Prior Month = SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[Month Name Short])& " " &SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[Year])&" versus Prior Month". Meanwhile, thanks for sharing a great, practical woraround. It is on one of the menus visible when you select the matrix. Nice blog, Brief information is provided regarding Show or Hide a Power BI Visual Based on Selection. You can edit, delete, or clear this transient type of drillthrough filter. Version: 2.81.5831.1181 64-bit (may 2020). Rows = Parts[Part Name] The same applies to Cards. ISFILTERED(Customer)); 1 ; 0). When the wizard pops up, make sure you have the color settings as follows: However note, this doesnt work on Cards. Is there anyway to do the same thing in drill through? Does this solution still work in the most recent release? Cheers. ) Do you have an updated explanation based on the latest Power BI verion (March 2022). And it works great! My measures [Check Filtered], [Message] and [Hide Visual] are all calculating correctly when filtering on my desired category; however I seem to be unable to use [Hide Visual]=1 in Filter this visual by in my card containing the [Message]. I had a project where I needed the background color of a matrix to be controlled by filters. The scroll wheel didnt work when it was fully placed over the table but when I leave a bit of space on the right side it does work when the white space is gone. As per my requirement, We have 10 visuals in one page( order by : 1 slicer, 5 tree maps, 2 tables , 1 bar chart and 1 line chart) all visuals needs to be appear only based on ealer filter.i tried but its not working as i expected bcz when i press 3rd visual and ot is filtering 4 visual but 3 visual became blank. The format of Hide Visual is Whole number. Maybe even an option saying do X before selecting from this slicer. When I get to the conditional formatting of the card, the the measures I wrote are greyed out and not available for selection under What field should we base this on?. Just make sure the card is only covering the Matrix header. the check Filtered and the Message work fine, however I am not able to select the Make Transparent measure as a field in the background color conditional formatting options. Just double checking that you are placing the Check Filtered measure onto the Matrix and not the card. The Card should be displaying the message. If Qlik added it 12 years ago, that would make it a feature added after 15 years of use. Hi Mabel, Select the masking Card made earlier. My question is, can we hide the Card browser visual after its click (like I want to hide the drop down visual after selecting one option from it and just see the table). Here I have an example where [Check Filtered] is leveraging SELECTEDVALUE. Thanks in advance. Since i couldnt join the customer table when i use customer name and total sales from all 3 facts) the measure is not giving proper result. This will make my reports so much more user-friendly. As a result, I decided to create a Walkthrough video to assist with the implementation of this strategy. Thanks. Then when you make the slicer selection and the card goes transparent, youll need to click on the map title (to bring the map to the front). Im currently having this same issue. No idea how to make the . Not ideal. The closest you can get to the solution described above is to cover all but the title of the Map with the message card. In the walkthrough the value is 1. This happened so many times, and only in the last couple of months I decided to try some things out and get a bit creative with Power BI. I wish to all a merry Christmas (a little late) and a happy and prosper new year. The solution to solve this problem (when trying to Show or Hide a Power BI Visual Based on Selection) involves: Create a card to work as a mask for the visual. Thanks for getting back in touch that didnt work however I have worked out the solution. Solution work great, but there is one issue: if i want to hide matrix table, and show only if filterred, matrix table is not clickable (stepped layuot) or cant export to excel. Like, we dont want to visualize the Month slicer once Monthly value is selected in Interval slicer. I have a functionality where in i click on a data point in a scatter plot, i need to unhide the visual. When I use the method you suggested above with && its only visible if I select a filter for all 6 slicers. Now Im trying to hide that visual or have a message No access to this visual as a card for that same ROLE/group for a better user experience. I was really trying to find a problem to match my solution the idea of using transparency to hide or show an object on the canvas. Can you help me here what possibly I have done wrong? Could you please let me know , how can I overcome with this issue. b. ShowHide = I was able to accomplish this with a minor change to my data model. Select your card, then go to the Visualizations Pane, and select the Formatting Paintbrush. Great post to learn how to show or hide a visual in Power BI based on selection. Open the Visualizations and Filters pane and the Fields pane, if they're not already open. In the Action settings, I chose Type = Page Navigation, and then selected the fx next to the Destination bucket. Is your Table slicing the data by the same column as your [Check Filtered] measure? IF( 3 gear, 6 gear) Do you think the same would be possible if one bar in a bar chart is selected. Microsoft has announced that it will continue to build out expression based formatting across the product. Upgrade to Microsoft Edge to take advantage of the latest features, security updates, and technical support. Hi Ahmad, You can format that page as you like, the filters will be passed to the new page, and hence the concept of testing for the existence of a filter should still work. Next, place a Card visual onto the canvas with the [Message] measure placed into the Values section. is there a way of using this method for 2 or more slicers returning visuals for selected slicer? Yes. SELECTEDVALUE(Products[Category]) = Bikes, If you want the visual to only appear if a set of specific values from the slicer are selected, then you will need to replace ISFILTERED() with a measure that yields a True/False response to a returned text string of the columns values. In the future I would expect that expression based formatting will solve the problem but as of today I dont know of a solution, You could take a different approach however. Again, we follow the [Message] measures logic, but this time the measure will return integers (whole number format) rather than text. Thanks so much Jason for the prompt reply. Ideally, I would like to put the mask on the matrix header, and for my matrix to not show any results until i have selected a value. But the picture could not be over the table, as you cant show and hide the picture itself (currently). Hello, your solution looks great! Ive been looking for the solution for quite a while and so glad I have finally found it! CheckMeasure = IF([SelectedName] = "Jason", 1, 0) // checks if Jason is selected Hi Jason, I was able to replicate that in the secondary slicers as you shown. One caveat, due to the layering, its not possible to cross-filter using the visual when it is visible. Thanks! Hi Pam, Nothing selected, the Table shows everythingGermany selected, table only shows RequestID=1, See my PBIX here:!Ancq8HFZYL_aiIgd8_NWbpeOz2QvWw?e=SdfUgB. Is this possible using Power BI ? so when I select the value in the slicer, the message is gone and matrix is displayed but the header (which were hidden behind the card when value was not selected) part is still hidden. When I try to apply the filter Filters on this visual is not working, as the matrix is not recognizing when the Check Filtered vales is 1 or 0. It is not easy, but it can be done as long as you make the selection for the hidden visual to be larger than the one that hides it. Interesting. Select a data point or a bar or a shape and watch the impact on the other visualizations. Hope you can help! Im not sure what you mean by do the same thing in drill through. Apply formatting to Message Blank card: Its not a perfect solution, but it works. Personally, I find PBI to be a distant 3rd to the other tools I mentioned. My case however requires the transparency switch to be triggered when a single value is selected. So, now we explore another issue described by a Power BI user. If I have time, I may try it out and write a blog. Red). As you say, this isnt necessary for the invisible card to work. I adapted this to work with Cross Filtering (using a scatter plot as the source), so the user can click a data point and the underlying data is displayed in a matrix below. Thanks for your article, its really useful and well thought ! Can you help me with this? If so how ? In the measure, you use IF ISFILTERED. Would HASONEVALUE do the trick? 2. Then provides the table name & click on Load button. What this will show is the selected PO with all line items in that PO. If you get the DAX right, the rest should be straight forward. Each request can have a single or several destinations for a single or several passengers. Write an additional Message measure, that renders a blank card. For example, In my slicer i choose multiple entries, but in my table, I drill through the specific entry. My scenario is a report Connected live to a Power BI dataset, where I cant create columns but can create a measure. You cant interact with measured filters on cards. Hi Jemma, Check Filtered = But if we want to export data ,the tool tips of the visuals are not visible is there any way to get them. You have combined the [Check Filtered] and [Hide Visual] into one measure. 1. I am using one bar graph to hide/filter another, and the hidden graph to filter a table that is always visible. Thanks again!! So I hope and expect that at some stage we will be able to use a measure to make any visual visible or not. Part Type & Part Number Hi Poojitha, The issue is the Transparent card is still in front of the matrix until you start interacting with the matrix. Would that change things? -table visual Create a measure that is 1 if filtered, 0 if not. This technique senses a filter on value on a column. I have tried to use it, but I faced with the following problem. Basically, the result of a visual was used as a filter for another visual. I now have a slightly more complex challenge I have a slicer called Year Type which offers two types of calendar Financial Year and Planning Year. If so, then this wont work. I was stuck at the same step and changing the type made it work! then send me pbix file to [emailprotected].im also doing the same requirements. Unsure if this impacts things. The is now gone and you just need to click on the Fx button, Thats very good explanation , can we add an image to the existing transparent card . You can then build your visual with the Part Number and it will remain hidden, only revealing the Part Number details once a selection is made in the slicer. The data is being pulled from the same measure data table and measures, so Im not sure why it will work for the stacked bar and not for the gauge. Thanks for sharing! Thank you very much! Remove the border and add a white box with a border behind your visuals. The magic really is in the 00 at the end of the color code. i will send more details if required. Now, I am facing issues to completely hide other slicers (Year/Month) based on primary slicer (Interval slicer with value Daily, Monthly, Yearly) selection. button1chart button2table In the Matrix used above, the card is just sitting over the Matrix Header Row, therefore you can select the values of the matrix. Hi Aaron, it is brilliant idea, however, it wont allow you to scroll from any matrix covered by the card. Hi Julius, Hi David, Dynamic Title to show Prior Month from Selected Value. Hi Matt. A DrillThrough can just as easily be the source of the filter. Resize the card so it is just big enough to cover the visible elements of the blank visual (top 2 rows of the Matrix). Im waiting for expression based formatting to come to the visibility of a visual. This will return BLANK() if theres no selection, saving the other measure from being evaluated. But I have an issue to select or show labels of the graphs that were hidden. I believe that is working. I have successfully used this technique on donut charts without issue. You cant use this technique because of the invisible box will cover the slicer and hence you cant click the slicer even when the box is invisible. Coming from the Qlikview world and having used that for the past 8 years, its amazing to me that simple SHOW/HIDE conditions are not available yet in PBI. This is very ingenious. As consequence, is always showing data (Check Filtered always == 1). Meaning the card is not being transparent to show hidden part when value is selected. In the case of the matrix being used in this example, this results in the matrix being rendered with just 2 rows visible. The fields used in the visual cannot be the same as the fields used in the [Check Filter]. In my example, the card is just covering the top two rows of the visual, so that the matrix is still able to be interacted with once the visual is rendered. level 3 group max of two options (i.e. Thanks a lot for this clear explanation. 2. Hi there, is there a way to amend the Make Transparent measure so that when a certain value is selected from the slicer the transparent treemap is activated, rather than no value being selected from the slicer. Either follow a similar approach as that suggested with the Map, or it will be necessary to turn off the title from the X axis and turn off the Y axis entirely in order to have the visual appear blank when empty. This also helps others to find what they are looking for. Everything works fine foe me other than Im being able to see the measure name in the card as well. Never would have thought of using treemap as a controllable background without this article. Nevrernind I was choosing the wrong visual to format, I mis-read , Im trying to use 2 slicers in an or situation. Thank you so much for this ! For example, if I put [Total Sales] onto Values of a column chart, then [Hide Visual] is (All) and I cant adjust it, but if I put Territory[Country] onto Axis of a column chart, then I can set [Hide Visual] is 1. I have tried your approach Matt. Unfortunately I get stuck at formatting the card. by changing the type of the measurement it totally helped! This is fine, but some of the items in the matrix are like first and then it shows the first value no matter what. I am having the same problem as Sergei. Is that possible. In this situation we need to take advantage of CONCATENATEX() to return the selected values as a text string, and then test that string for a specific combination. do we have any alternative option for this or I am missing something. It is very helpful. Once I put the card over slicer, then cant interact with drop-down visual. adroll_currency = "USD"; Same issue. I have one gauge which supports to filter. My advice is to set up your DAX formulas in a table and test that they do what you want. Hi Shannon, @marlonip, the funniest thing happened. Very useful. You might find the reply to Rajib above has the answer you seek. The only issue you have to manage here is that you cant put Matrix 1 over the top of Matrix 2, as the visual never really hides, it just becomes empty, so Matrix 1 will always be on top. Since adding the additional measures to the method, that allow the hidden visual to still be interactive after being revealed, significantly more questions surrounding implementation challenges have emerged. The default type is number and does could be the issue, thank you so much! I have a question, what if the user wanted to utilise the select all filter option? From the menu bar, select Format, select the drop-down caret under Apply drill down filters to, and select Entire page. Thanks for sharing your solution. You could also look at fields that can be conditionally formatted, and set their font colour to black or white depending on the show hide. The data set is simply a table with our names and an image url. CheckFiltered = SELECTEDVALUE(YAxis[Column]) in {Sessions,Visit}. minecraft op netherite armor command, george floyd copy paste art,
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