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Power BI | Custom visuals exercise | Power BI Chiclet slicer
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Create a basic table using the Click the cutest critter workbook in the above folder:
CountDistinct gives the number of stores each product was sold in.
Now create a slicer, but using images. To do this add the Chiclet Slicer custom visual from the Marketplace:
If you don't have access to the internet you can find a copy of the visual in the above folder.
Import the table of URLs of appropriate images for each of the different values in the FamilyName column from the folder shown at the start of this exercise.
Configure your slicer to look - and work - something like this:
Your slicer doesn't have to look like this!
Optionally save this report as Sliced families then close it down.