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Create a new Power BI Desktop file, and load the table of million-selling singles from The Guardian's website. You can get the link you need from this webpage.
Rename your table (and field names, if necessary) to make everything easier to read. Note that if you haven't got an Internet connection, you can load a CSV version of the file from the folder above.
The aim of this exercise is to create two charts, and get choices you make in one to influence the other - instructions follow, so please read on!
The two charts we'll (eventually) create.
Start by creating the following chart, or as close to it as you can get:
Colour saturation has been set to colour charts according to the volume of sales, and data labels applied inside each column bar. The chart is sorted by volume of sales (you could scroll right to see the less successful artists).
Now create a pie chart which shows the volume of sales by year (it will look messy, because there are too many data points):
Things will look better in a moment ...
The easiest way to format the second chart is just to paste the format settings from the first.
Change your interactive visual settings so that when you click on an artist in the column chart, it filters the pie chart:
|Column chart||Pie chart|
Save this file as Linked charts, then exit this instance of Power BI Desktop.
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