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Posts from the ‘Power BI’ Category
I needed to quickly create a calculation that tested for the presence of a string in another column's text values. There are two ways to solve this, but the first one is an interesting example that you can use in several situations. This solution plays on the true-false values of the DAX IF function in PowerBI.
PowerBI has the ability to mashup data from different sources; this may introduce problems when joining or matching data between systems. I was able to get around this issue by leveraging an R script from an article in the community. As a consultant there is a rule that if you use something from the community, you need to give back and particularly if you use it twice, you have to write a blog post. This is such a post.
Pie Charts are evil? Well, given the correct situation, pie charts can be used to your advantage. The following case study uses Power BI samples to provide recommendations to get the most out an often misused visualization.
Visualizations can make even the most mundane information more accessible and easier to digest. I put together these two facts to make a visualization out of my lesson plan that the students could take away as a memory jogger when they get back to their offices.
This article will impart what I have learned over my 20-year consulting career and provide some strategies to help you find your balance. I am writing this article from a consultant's point of view, but we all struggle with these priorities and expectations as an employee or entrepreneur. Also included is a simple methodology to help measure your work life balance and assist in determining where your time is going.