Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Creating a Power View Dashboard
you work with the filters. These icons enable you to expand or collapse the entire filter pane, clear
applied filters, call up advanced filter options, or delete the filter.
Figure 17-21: The filter pane has a few icons that help you work with the filters.
To add data to the canvas, use the field list to drag the needed data fields to the FIELDS drop zone. In
Figure 17-22, you can see that the Waste_Code field and the Generated_Qty field have been moved
to the FIELDS drop zone. This results in a new table of data on the canvas.
Figure 17-22: Use the field list to drag data fields to the FIELDS drop zone, resulting in a table on the canvas.
Creating and working with Power View charts
All data in Power View starts off as a table, as shown in Figure 17-22. Again, dragging fields to the
FIELDS drop zone creates these tables. After you have a data table on the canvas, you can transform
it into a chart by clicking it, selecting the Design tab, and choosing a chart type. Figure 17-23
demonstrates the selection of a Clustered Bar chart.