The Powerviz Horizon chart is a two-dimensional data visualization that shows quantitative data across a continuous interval, usually a period. It is a compact area chart that compares data across multiple categories. The layered view allows more categories to be seen within the same space, improving comparison and pattern detection.

It is available for download on AppSource & directly from the website. Powerviz visual allows you to control several layers, baseline, conditional formatting, annotation, and more.

This documentation will help you get started with the Horizon chart by explaining everything you need to know about it. If you're new to our site, check out the visual library for other visuals that met your requirements.

Powerviz Horizon chart highlights include:

  • Horizon Options - Customize the Horizon area, scale, & base values.

  • Create custom themes & save and share them in JSON file.

  • Display Style - Choose from a variety of curvature styles - natural, linear, and step - to effortlessly create impactful designs.

  • Apply color with by layer the option to create custom bands.

  • Customize with a wide range of options, including 6 color schemes and over 30+ stunning palettes to choose from. In addition, apply conditional formatting rules.

  • Control the scaling and number of layers of the Horizon area with precision.

  • Add Reference lines to highlight a range or a data point.

  • Choose from a wide range of pre-designed fill patterns or upload your design.

  • Ranking, sorting, gridlines, & other such features are available too.

Follow this guide to have an in-depth view of the Powerviz Horizon chart. To know more about other Powerviz visuals and slicers, visit our library or contact us directly for a demo.


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