Create high quality Power BI solutions Power BI is a great suite of tools that enables business users, or anyone for that matter, to create advanced analysis on nearly any type or structure of data. But what does it really take to build high quality, what I like to call, scalable solutions with Power BI?
I run through a lot of budgeting analysis because I think using Power BI for this type of analysis is extremely effective. Power BI as a tool, covers a lot of the analytical components that need to be executed well to complete this analytical work and then showcase it in an effective way. In this
As many of you know by now, I am huge on showcasing how you can apply advanced DAX formula to discover insights that historically have been difficult to find and also showcase easily. Well, this is another example of that and a great way to segment or group results rather than just showing results by
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
Here I’m diving into a relatively specific insight, but by walking through exactly how I got there, you will learn so much about what you can do with Power BI and DAX. I really dive into this concept of ‘measure branching’, which I love implementing. It’s all about layering measures one on top of the