I want to spend some time today going through a question from Enterprise DNA member, Lucas about table visual in Power BI. It’s an interesting question in of itself, but I want to dissect it because it also touches on a bunch of other interesting topics, including disconnected tables, slicer harvesting, and some slicer visualization
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Interesting, but what does this all mean? One of the things we’ve learned, both through research and experience, is that while you can learn a lot by watching videos and reading blog posts, progress is dramatically accelerated when it’s combined with an active element of structured practice. Power BI Accelerator will be a twice monthly, active problem-solving exercise designed by
Power BI offers a group of native visuals that we can use to build dashboard visualizations. In this tutorial, we’ll discuss how to use native visuals in Power BI creatively. We’ll be focusing on how to use the three basic charts (Bar Chart, Comparison Bar Chart, Line Chart) in Power BI along with their limitations.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn some fundamental design practices that can help you tell a better data-driven story for your dashboard in Power BI. Power BI dashboards are used to communicate insights. It tells a story through visualizations. Therefore, it is vital to have the proper data visualization to efficiently highlight the insights for your
Page navigation is important in Power BI reports to leverage performance and user experience. On the other hand, bookmarks let you save the currently configured views and settings in your reports. In this tutorial, I’ll discuss how to get navigation ideas for your Power BI interactive reports. I’ll also explain how to create and manage your