Author: Greg Deckler

Power BI Project Planning: Discovery & Ingestion

Power BI Project Planning Discovery & Ingestion - Enterprise DNA

In today’s blog post, we’ll be continuing our series on how you can plan for your Power BI project. We’ve already talked about deployment modes for the first part on this series. Now, let’s talk about discovery and ingestion. Importance Of Discovery And Ingestion An organization’s business intelligence asset is the result of individual projects

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Planning Power BI Projects

Planning Power BI Projects - Enterprise DNA

Today, I will talk about planning power BI projects. Power BI projects tend to be agile in nature, but it never hurts to do some upfront project planning. I will lay out some of the common tasks that I’ve found helpful in my work when doing Power BI projects. This includes deployment mode, discovery and

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Power BI Measure Total Is Incorrect: How To Fix It

You might encounter issues with measures in Power BI table visualizations with a total row. The usual complaint is that the “Total” row is “incorrect” for the measure. Usually, the total row is correct for the measure, it’s just not what most people expect. In this tutorial, I’m going to take us through this common

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Matrix Visualization In Power BI

Matrix Visualization In Power BI - Enterprise DNA

I will show you formatting tricks on how to put think borders on matrix visualizations in Power BI. Evidently, this is a little bit different tutorial compared to what I normally post but it can significantly change the visual of your reports. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of

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Power BI Dynamic X-Axis Using A Disconnected Table

Power BI Dynamic X-Axis Using A Disconnected Table - Enterprise DNA

I’m going to show you how to create a Power BI dynamic x-axis, also known as temporal scale using a disconnected table that can let you change the level of granularity depending on your date or time basis. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. A dynamic

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