In Power BI, readability and visualization of tables can be enhanced using data bars, which provide a visual representation of numerical values for quick comparisons and trend identification. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use data bars in a table visualization in Power BI.


The data for this tutorial comes from an Excel file. In the following tutorial, we explain how to import Data from an Excel file into Power BI:

Power BI - Import Data from Excel file
Introduction In this tutorial, we want to import Data from a Excel file into Power BI. This can be easily done in the Power BI Desktop interface. Data Source Our data source is the Excel file student. The file contains the following data: Power BI Desktop In the following, we

We have loaded the data into Power BI without executing any transformations. The data looks as follows:

Create Table Visualization

We have created a table visualization with the columns "name" and "Sum of creditpoints". The column "Sum of creditpoints" is sorted in descending order.

Add Data Bars to a Column

Now, we want to add data bars to the column "Sum of creditpoints".

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