Category: Power BI

Power Query Transform Column Challenge: Stacked Data to Ordered Table

Power Query Transform Column Challenge Stacked Data to Ordered Table - Enterprise DNA

This blog will examine the Stacked to Ordered Data Challenge from Excel BI, involving the Power Query transform column to table functions. The task is to turn a single column of data into a proper table where each type of data has its column and subsequently will add a rank on population. You can watch

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Introduction To Creating An SSRS Bar Chart

Introduction To Creating An SSRS Bar Chart - Enterprise DNA

Bar charts are a popular way of visualizing data and are often used to compare data across different categories. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a bar chart using SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) for your paginated reports. We will use a sample paginated report with matrix showing the Quantity and Sales

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How To Add A Power BI Emoji

How To Add A Power BI Emoji - Enterprise DNA

If you want to add a Power BI emoji and make your reports livelier, there are several ways to go about it. You can copy and paste an emoji from an online source, or use Python which I’ll demonstrate today. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. In this

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9 Tips To Improve Clarity In Power BI Reporting

9 Tips To Improve Clarity In Power BI Reporting - Enterprise DNA

Clarity is essential when communicating our story. This will not only enhance the experience of your audience but will also save them time. One key aspect of creating effective Power BI reports is ensuring that the information is clearly and accurately presented. Here are a few strategies you can use to achieve clarity in your

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Create Bivariate Visualizations In R Using ggplot2

Create Bivariate Visualizations In R Using ggplot2 - Enterprise DNA

Creating visualizations in R using ggplot2 can be a powerful way to explore and understand your data. One common type of visualization is the bivariate plot, which allows you to examine the relationship between two variables. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to produce bivariate visualizations in R using ggplot2. This blog will specifically focus

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