Gartner’s BI Magic Quadrant visualized in Power BI

Recently Gartner published their latest BI Magic Quadrant. I decided to visualize the last nine years of the BI Magic Quadrant using one of Power BI’s latest functionality – Publish to Web (currently in preview).

This is the result:

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Update: The data used to create this report can be found here.

10 comments

    • Rick Kelly says:

      I first saw this at a Minnesota Power BI User group and thought that it was a great interactive analytical visual. In the past, I have tried to do some similar in SSRS, before I started exploring Power BI.

  1. Brent says:

    Fredrik- very nice. Mind sharing how you created it? I’ve tried to make similar, but using a scatter chart I can’t produce small uniform bubbles like yours. Power BI desktop comes closest when I feed the Size field a column of -1 values and set the aggregation to “average”. Still the bubbles are larger then desired. Is there a trick I’m missing???

    • Fredrik says:

      I think the easiest way to create small filled bubbles with the same size is to don’t use any size field measure and to set the fill point property to true. Hope this helps you!

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