For this blog post, I want to take some time today and introduce you to a custom visual in Power BI that I’ve started using which provides a lot of flexibility and capabilities that are not possible within native Power BI visuals. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of
Tag: Conditional Formatting
Let’s take another look at the problem discussed in this tutorial, which dynamically compared the first N business days of each month. This problem was based on a query from an Enterprise DNA member on our forum, where he wanted to dynamically look and compare the first 5, 10, 15, and 20 billable days (the
In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss a question that was recently posted on the Enterprise DNA forum about Charticulator. David Joy, one of the members of the forum, had a question about one of Mudassir’s videos from his data visualization course. He wanted to know how to format charts and conditionally highlight the MAX
Power BI offers a group of native visuals that we can use to build dashboard visualizations. In this tutorial, we’ll discuss how to use native visuals in Power BI creatively. We’ll be focusing on how to use the three basic charts (Bar Chart, Comparison Bar Chart, Line Chart) in Power BI along with their limitations.
Today, I’m going to do a quick and easy tutorial on how to calculate one of the most commonly used metrics, especially if you’re dealing with sales, revenues, or transactions. We’ll calculate the percentage margin. I’m going to use profit margin as an example here, but this technique doesn’t have to be always related to