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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. Copy And Paste Visualizations First, clean a

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Group Data In A Retail Dashboard In Power BI

Group Data In A Retail Dashboard In Power BI

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to group data in a retail sites dashboard in Power BI. You can monitor and harvest data easily by grouping data and values. Data such as the customer name and salesperson name will be available for you to keep track of the performance status of your sites, customers, and

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Power BI Dashboard Tutorial – How To Improve Dashboard Design

In this Power BI dashboard tutorial, you’ll learn about different design tips to improve your dashboard for a better user experience. Previous blogs have taught you how to create a customer deep dive development report. The last step when creating this dashboard is to clean it all up and make it look better. Choose &

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Vendor Analysis In Inventory Management Dashboards

Vendor Analysis In Inventory Management Dashboards

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to add elements for vendor analysis in your inventory management dashboards using DAX formulas. Previous blogs have discussed how to set up the data model and the code used to get stock reorder analysis. The next details you need to focus on are the vendor tables. You have a

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How To Use Natural Language Query (Q&A) In Power BI

In this tutorial, I’ll show you what you can do with Natural Language Query (Q&A). It’s a feature within the Power BI online service and embedded in the Power BI desktop as well. For example, you’re in a meeting and you have your report, dashboard, and app ready, but you don’t have the specific information

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