Through this example I’m going to show you how you can dynamically adjust the size of your visual. And in this case, we’re going to do it via the result ranking. This is a really powerful technique that you can utilize in Power BI. Never think you are limited to the standard ‘out of the
Category: Data Modeling
Create high quality Power BI solutions Power BI is a great suite of tools that enables business users, or anyone for that matter, to create advanced analysis on nearly any type or structure of data. But what does it really take to build high quality, what I like to call, scalable solutions with Power BI?
As you develop your Power BI reports, making sure that your visuals are showcasing the insights you need is very important. The great thing is that this is very easy to do and can make your dashboard really pop and keep your consumers happy. You have a few options when it comes to your visual
Variables are a real game-changer for the formula bar in Power BI. Being able to break down your more complex formulas in steps makes setting them out that much more intuitive. I keep thinking back to using VBA with these variables. They make your life in VBA about ten times easier – and the same
When using Power BI you sometimes think you are limited to the data sitting within your tables. Well with Power BI that is certainly not the case. You have tremendous flexibility to build on top of your data by bringing in values from additional tables to flex the numbers or stress your results with scenarios.