We’re going to get slightly more advanced today, but I love this type of stuff in Power BI. Using DAX measures to dynamically group your data is so powerful. You’re building out your data models and creating many different filters and ways to slice your data. Remember, these likely don’t exist in your original datasets,
Did you know there is a way to create groups virtually in Power BI? I was so happy when I discovered this, as it allows you to quickly and effectively create another grouping dimension in your datasets or data tables. The Power BI team has made it so easy to implement and edit as well.
I’ve become a big fan of using custom icons in my Power BI reports as I think it just adds a real professionalism to your reports that is difficult to get elsewhere with any visuals for example. I wanted to show you here how I do it. The great thing is it’s easy and there
Through this example I’m going to show you how you can dynamically adjust the size of your visual. And in this case, we’re going to do it via the result ranking. This is a really powerful technique that you can utilize in Power BI. Never think you are limited to the standard ‘out of the