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Creating Small Multiple KPI Cards in Power BI with the HTML VizCeator Custom Visuals

Power BI provides various features to create and display information effectively. However, displaying multiple KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) on a single report can be challenging, especially when they have to fit in a limited space.

That's where small multiples come in. Small multiples are a series of similar graphics displayed side-by-side, each showing a different aspect of the data. They are an effective way to compare multiple KPIs, and the HTML VizCreator makes it easy to create them.

The best part is that you don't need to be an HTML expert to create these small multiple KPI cards. In the video below, we show you how you can create a custom card, starting from Excel. Or, you can use one of our pre-built templates. Simply get the HTML VizCreator visuals from the Power BI marketplace, and you're ready to go.

Advantages of Small Multiples in Power BI

  1. Easy Comparison: Small multiples make it easy to compare and contrast multiple KPIs, enabling you to quickly identify trends and patterns in the data.
  2. Space-Efficient: By displaying multiple KPIs in a compact format, small multiples allow you to fit more information into a limited space, making it an ideal solution for creating dashboards with limited real estate.
  3. Customizable: The HTML VizCeator custom visuals provide a wide range of customization options, allowing you to tailor the appearance of your small multiples to meet your specific needs.
  4. Improved Readability: Small multiples are designed to be easy to read, with clear labels and a consistent format for each KPI. This makes it easier to understand the information, even at a glance.

In conclusion, small multiples are an effective way to display multiple KPIs in Power BI, and the HTML VizCreator custom visuals make it easy to create them without much HTML knowledge. Whether you're looking to create a dashboard or analyze data, small multiples can help you get the most out of your data visualization efforts.

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