Card Visual In Power BI: Fixing Incorrect Results

Card Visual In Power BI: Fixing Incorrect Results

In this tutorial, you’ll learn about fixing card visual results in Power BI. Cards are native visuals in Power BI that work well in telling the story of your report. They are versatile visuals that can used in various ways in your reports. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom

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New On Power BI Showcase – Purchase, Sales and Inventory Trends and More

Years into using Power BI and we’re still finding new great ways to use it as the ultimate tool for developing reports and dashboards. Once again, we’ve added three more reports showing different real-life uses in the Power BI Showcase course. The Power BI Showcase is a collection of downloadable reports and dashboards that each

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Data Granularity Issues In Power BI

Data Granularity Issues In Power BI

For today’s blog post, I’ll come up with a solution that will address data granularity issues. At Enterprise DNA, we are believers of getting your hands dirty. Our ongoing series, Problem of the Week, is all geared towards putting what you’ve learned into practice. We don’t think there’s a faster way to learn Power BI

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Data Modelling In Power BI: Tips & Best Practices

Data Modelling In Power BI: Tips & Best Practices

In this tutorial, you’ll learn valuable tips and best practices for data modelling in Power BI. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. This is one of the four pillars of Power BI report development and is a proven method to develop reports with ease. Honing your

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Scatter Charts In Power BI – Highlighting Key Points

Scatter Charts In Power BI – Highlighting Key Points

I want to show you a special technique that I used to highlight points in scatter charts based on a filter selection. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. This example actually came from one of the Enterprise DNA challenges. We had information from John Hopkins University

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