Tag: Dashboard Visualization

Create A Marketing Dashboard Using Power BI

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For today’s post, I want us to step back from what we’re doing in Power BI and just think more holistically about what we can achieve through analytical scenarios that we might be dealing with in the future. In today’s example, I will do a marketing dashboard review of an advertising campaign and look at

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Recreate A Visualization In A Power BI Dashboard

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In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to easily recreate a visualization in Power BI and how to organize your dashboard to make it look more compelling. The methods discussed in this blog will help you understand how to approach future reports that you’ll be creating in Power BI. DOWNLOAD FREE RESOURCE HERE Copy And Paste

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Adding Product Insights To Customer Dashboards In Power BI

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When you want to add more insights to customer dashboards in Power BI, you need to be able to select products. You need to know what products are going well this year versus last year and the 2 years before that. DOWNLOAD FREE RESOURCE HERE Looking At Product Performance Drag the Product Name, Total Sales,

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Customer Dashboard Deep Dive Development In Power BI

Customer Dashboard Deep Dive Development In Power BI

This tutorial will show you the first step for the deep dive development of a customer dashboard in Power BI. The key thing that you should focus on in this example is incorporating DAX calculations and visualizations. DOWNLOAD FREE RESOURCE HERE Setting Up The Data Model For this example, start on the data model.  Without

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Creating A Consumer Goods Sales Report In Power BI

Creating A Consumer Goods Sales Report In Power BI

In this tutorial, I’ll show you the step-by-step development of a consumer goods sales report in Power BI. Let’s start off with a blank canvas and this data model. This is a straightforward data model. But in a lot of cases, this is all you need. You don’t need to be complex especially for a

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