Being a Power BI enthusiast, I always find DAX a challenge but have found success by keeping to a couple of simple tricks. In this Power BI Tutorial, we review my DAX development workflow through an example case where we will use Power BI Desktop to create a KPI measure
Once you have your data, the most significant part of the decision process could be the most important; choosing a color scheme. This article will cover a couple of great starting places and resources for your Power BI visualization.
I was looking for inspiration and some new ideas for dashboards. What better way than finding inspiring examples of BI solutions from others. The following are some of the go-to links that I am certain you can find useful.
Using what I have learned over my 20-year consulting career to help you find your work-life balance and still have an impact at work. Included is a downloadable simple methodology, in Power Bi, I used to help assess my work-life balance and determine where my time is was going.
Power BI has the Pulse Chart that allows you to show key events on a timeline and then animate them with a playback of the events to reveal patterns and insights. Let’s do a data visualization example go through a quick tutorial that show this in action.
It is easy to look at Power BI dashboards as static, but you can use some old school techniques to provide the ability the generate dynamic content using data-driven global settings that will be available to all your report developers. These techniques will allow your published reports to remain unchanged but allow the reports to dynamically reflect default information shown to the user, such as Current Month, Report Comments and even a time stamp of the last data source update.