Dive Into The Reasons For Changing Results – Power BI Analytical Techniques

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In this tutorial, I’m going to run through a number of great analytical techniques that you can combine and use within Power BI.

For your organization, you may want to understand what’s happening or what is causing the underlying adjustments or changes to your data and results.  I will show you in this tutorial some techniques you can use to dive into why your results may be changing.

This is not analysis that can be completed easily. It’s about combining many of the key pillars & features of Power BI together to find and discover these types of insights. That’s the key thing that I want to get across in this video tutorial.

By combining lots of different techniques around modeling and DAX formulas in Power BI is how you’ll extract these really meaningful insights.

By understanding how this all comes together, you’ll be in a much better position to make the right decisions and take the right actions for your business.  With the right analytics and insights you can certainly improve your decision making which can improve your productivity or profitability and much more.

I hope by reviewing the example I showcase,  you will be able to see quite clearly that high-quality analytical work can be done in Power BI and also be inspired to somehow use the techniques I run through in your own reports and models.

If you want to learn how to develop detailed Power BI reports end to end, then I highly recommended going through the Dashboarding & Visualization Intensive course module at Enterprise DNA Online. There is no training out there that covers Power BI development techniques as in-depth as just this one course.

All the best

Sam

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