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Power BI | Charts exercise | Create a KPI, gauge and chart analysing crime statistics
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Open the Power BI report in the above folder. It contains a list of all of the crimes reported in the area around our Manchester training room in 2018:
The area for the reported crimes. This map has nothing to do with the exercise, but we thought you might be interested!
Add a gauge to show the number of crimes with a target (invented!) of 4000 and a range from 0 to 5000:
Switch to the formatting properties of the gauge to set an absolute minimum and maximum value.
Now add a KPI to show the number of crimes by month:
The figure shown is the number of crimes for the final month in the period - for this visual there doesn't seem to be any obvious way of altering the number shown.
Finally, add a column chart comparing crime figures by category and quarter:
Do stacked column or bar charts actually reveal anything? Wise Owl aren't so sure ...
Save this report as Reported crime, and close it down.