In this Power BI tutorial, I show you how to build a quadrant chart for quadrant analysis natively within Power BI. You won’t need to use a custom visual or any 3rd party tools, just the native Scatter Chart and a little bit of DAX! Quadrant charts are helpful to divide your data into four areas for analysis. Recently Power BI released functionality for dynamic X and Y Axis lines, making a true quadrant chart possible!

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Parker Stevens

Parker is the creator of the BI Elite YouTube channel, a community of over 30,000 students learning Power BI, DAX, and Power Query. He is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP for his work with Power BI and continues to provide elite Power Platform training courses to help data analysts, BI developers, and citizen dashboard creators reach their goals. Parker is committed to producing high-quality training content that is also extremely cost-effective, to ensure that the largest amount of users can benefit from the content. Training courses located at