Category: Data Visualization

Power BI Drill Through Navigation Techniques

Power BI Drill Through Navigation Techniques

I want to show you some really cool ideas around the Power BI Drill Through feature. You’ll learn through this tutorial how to use this feature effectively in your own reports. It’s not that difficult to do, and the results can be so compelling from a consumer experience. In this tutorial, I’m going to showcase

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Recreate A Visualization In A Power BI Dashboard

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In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to easily recreate a visualization in Power BI and how to organize your dashboard to make it look more compelling. The methods discussed in this blog will help you understand how to approach future reports that you’ll be creating in Power BI. Copy And Paste Visualizations First, clean a

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Group Data In A Retail Dashboard In Power BI

Group Data In A Retail Dashboard In Power BI

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to group data in a retail sites dashboard in Power BI. You can monitor and harvest data easily by grouping data and values. Data such as the customer name and salesperson name will be available for you to keep track of the performance status of your sites, customers, and

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Utilizing Measures And Visualizations In Power BI

Utilizing Measures And Visualizations In Power BI

In this tutorial, you’ll learn about the essential things that need to be prepared in making a dashboard. You’ll learn how to catalog and apply your measures, and make compelling visualizations in Power BI. Your visualizations will show data based on the measures you created. Thus, it’s important to properly set them up. Cataloging Your

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Power BI Visual – Showcase Customer Purchase Dates

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In this blog, I’ll share a great Power BI visual tip. I’ll show you how to dynamically visualize things over time based on some selections. In this example, we’re looking at customers.  First, I’ll show you a few things that can occur within your visualizations that can make them not as compelling as they should

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