Category: Power BI

Expanding On Financial Reporting Templates, Next Enterprise DNA Member-Only Event

Expanding On Financial Reporting Templates, Next Enterprise DNA Member-Only Event

This week we will have the next scenario-method event from Enterprise DNA. These particular workshop sessions are for enterprise DNA members only. If you are a member and want to find out more about this particular event and register you can at this link below. Expanding On Financial Reporting Templates – September 2018 I’m really

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Understanding How The AVERAGEX Function Works

In this example, we’ll dive deep into the AVERAGEX function. This is a truly powerful function that can be used in so many different ways. It can very efficiently calculate interesting results very quickly. You need to truly understand how this works and what’s happening behind the scenes. That’s what this tutorial is focussed on.

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What You Will Learn During The Next Enterprise DNA Learning Summit – August 2018

What You Will Learn During The Next Enterprise DNA Learning Summit - February 2019

The next learning summit is not far away and we already have close to 1000 Power BI users registered for the event. There is going to be a significant amount to learn about high quality Power BI development so if you haven’t had a chance to register so far then you still can below Enterprise

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Enterprise DNA Learning Summit – August 2018 [Event Announcement]

Enterprise DNA Learning Summit - February 2019 [Event Announcement]

The next Enterprise DNA Learning Summit is just around the corner. We’re taking the content up another level for this one. There will be a significant amount of content covered during these advanced Power BI development sessions planned for this event – 6 free live workshops in total. Yes, this is a completely free training

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Custom Icons For Your Power BI Reports – Visualization Techniques

I’ve become a very big fan of using custom icons in my Power BI reports. Let me go ahead and tell you why.  Because it adds real professionalism to my reports that is very difficult to get elsewhere with any others visuals. Additionally, it allows me to come up with very unique reports. In this

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