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Dynamic (self)reporting with R and PowerBI

  • 1.  Dynamic (self)reporting with R and PowerBI

    Posted Mar 31, 2019 01:24 PM
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    Dear All,
    I would like to create a dynamic scatterplot in which user can choose x, y axis, color coding and maibe more.
    Both for aggregated and non aggregated measure (eventually in 2 different sheets).

    This because I created it into Tableau using parameters and I would like to recreate same in PowerBI (if technically possible).

    My attempt is the following

    The odd thing for me is that to R value are passed non-aggregate even if into the value selection formula is returning measure which is in fact aggregated (even top right mark cards created for debugging show the same), below code chunks:

    ValueSelection =
    VAR Selection =
    Selection = "Price"; car90[Price_Avg];
    Selection = "Disp" ; car90[Disp_Avg];
    Selection = "HP"; car90[HP_Avg])


    Formula created for aggregation

    Disp_Avg = AVERAGE(car90[Disp])
    HP_Avg = AVERAGE(car90[HP])
    Price_Avg = AveragE(car90[Price])

    My R Script

    ggplot(data= dataset) +
    geom_point(mapping = aes(x = ValueSelection, y = ValueSelection2 , colour = ValueSelection2)) +
    theme(axis.text.x = element_text(angle = 90, hjust = 1))

    Is there a more effective to pass R parameters?
    Note: I'm doing this in R because I've not seen something similar achieved with power Bi alone.

    Thanks to everyone which would like to contribute.

    Luca Montanari


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