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
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.
The hardest aspect of Microsoft Ignite was keeping up with all the announcements, especially this year with what seems a focus on the overall state of the enterprise and self-service analytics. This post provides a round-up to the various announcements and sessions in the Data & AI Platform, Power BI, Azure Data Factory, Azure Purview, and associated technologies.
Power BI gives you the ability to use a wide variety of data sources in your data visualization project. This walkthrough shows you how to access files in a Azure Data Lake and import them into a Power BI data models.
Power BI lacks the ability to add KPI calculations when creating a data model in Power BI Desktop. I will show you how to get the same functionality by using the recently released feature “Conditional Formatting by a Different Field”. This will allow you to take a calculated score and have an Icon displayed for each row in your table. A working Live Interactive Power BI Sample is attached at the bottom of this post.