Category: Data Modeling

Adding Commentary to Your Reports in a Dynamic Way

This idea came up purely from a client requirement, and by implementing it I thought wow, this actually has many applications. It’s also not that difficult to implement in Power BI. I know this happens everywhere in organizations, so I’m sure you can relate, but have you ever created a PowerPoint presentation and then had

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Enterprise DNA Learning Summit – November 2017

Big annoucement this week! The first Enterprise DNA Learning Summit will be held through the middle of November (which is next week). You can find all details and registration here at this link – Enterprise DNA Learning Summit I’ve received plenty of feedback over the last few months around the webinar series that I’ve been

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Compare Actual Results to Budgets or Forecasts in Power BI

Budgeting in Power BI … unfortunately, it’s just not that easy to implement. I wish it was as easy as bringing in your actuals and your budgets and then like magic you would be able to see the performance insights you need visualized in a compelling way. That’s why I wanted to create this tutorial

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My 3 Best Practice Tips For Organizing Power BI Models

Today I’m going to run through my best practice tips for organizing your Power BI models. Trust me when I tell you that placing some good organization rules into your models is going to help you immensely as you start developing more advanced techniques inside of Power BI. If I was to give you one

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