Control Charts

Craydec Control Charts brings the power of Control Charts to Power BI. Now you can check the performance of your process with your favorite BI tool!


Charts included in the full version:
Run-, I-, ImR-, S-(x-bar s), R-(x-bar range), np-, p-, c-, and u-chart.

Facets (small multiples)
By adding a datarole, the chart can be faceted, ie. data set is divided by faceting variable, and a new chart is created for each level of the variable.

Run tests (Nelson rules)

1) Point over or under UCL / LCL
2) n consecutive points increasing or decreasing
3) n consecutive points over or under average
5) 2/3 points over or under 2-sigma line
6) 4/5 points over or under 1-sigma line

Datapoint selection by brushing
Resizable and movable selection by area, multiple data points can be selected.

Selection works in all charts except S- and R-Chart.

Custom limits
If you have set your process limits or you want to calculate them outside the visual, you can provide your own limits to the visual, and use it just for visualizing.

Custom limits can be static (from settings) or dynamic (from data).

Drill-down is supported.

Tooltips with multiple dataroles
Multiple data roles can be used. Failed run tests included automatically.

Changepoint indication by subgrouping
Control and warnings lines are calculated for each subgroup separately.

Fixed and dynamic subgrouping
In S-Chart and R-Chart the data groups can be fixed and dynamic sized.

Handles thousands of rows of data
Visual does not limit the data amount. Power BI has a limitation of 30.000 rows.

Dynamic drawing mode
Visual includes dynamic drawing mode for improved response time when using larger datasets.

Custom size data-area
Data-area can be set to a custom size to enable horizontal/vertical scrolling.

Feature video

Free vs. full version

The free version includes the Run Chart with limited faceting, selections, and tooltips.

With a license, you will unlock all the charts and features.

How to get it?

Check if you need a license, buy one, download the visual, and start using. You’ll be up and running in minutes.

1. Do I need a license?

Visual has a free and a full version. If the free version has all the features you need then, by all means, stick to the free version. It’s free. Always.

Full license unlocks all the features of the control charts.

All licenses are valid for a one year. As of April 2019 licenses do not renew automatically. Please make sure to renew and update the license key to all of your visuals, as the key will change when license is renewed.

2. How many licenses do I need?

People who create reports need a license. Note that only designers need a license; report viewers don’t need one and price does not depend on how many people are viewing your reports.

We believe that good reports should be distributed to everyone; we don’t want to stand in the way if you create great reports and people want to see them.

3. Buy a license

To purchase a 1-year subscription (or a trial) license you can use our webstore.

To purchase a perpetual license or license our code, contact our sales by email.

4. Download

See the support page.

Eula and Privacy Policy


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