Power BI supports SVG. SVG is an open standard created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as a way to specify the rendering of two-dimensional images within Extensible Markup Language (XML). In other words, you can use the same basic text formatting that you use to code web pages to display images in a web browser. Power BI supports SVG graphics. SVG graphics can be created using DAX code and displayed on report pages within Power BI. This can come in very handy as it allows us to present entirely new visualizations of data, as well as the flexibility to use custom shapes and not be constrained by Unicode characters or font symbols.
This recipe demonstrates how to create an SVG graphic using DAX.