Tag: Data Modelling

Latest FREE Workshop Announcement – Effective Power BI Reporting

Latest FREE Workshop Announcement - Effective Power BI Reporting

The last Enterprise DNA Learning Summit was a really great event, so I’ve decided to run another free encore workshop. During this next session – Effective Power BI Reporting – I’ll be running through many of my best practice techniques around building valuable Power BI solutions. Now this doesn’t just mean creating a good model,

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Implementing DAX Measure Groups Into Your Power BI Reports – Modeling Review

Implementing DAX Measure Groups Into Your Power BI Reports - Modeling Review

I want to touch on a really important topic within this tutorial. In many of the showcase demos that Enterprise DNA releases across webinars, summits, and to Enterprise DNA members you will see that the use of measure groups is extensive. There is a very good reason why measure groups have been implemented in all

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Check Whether Revenue Growth Is Profitable – Analysis In Power BI w/DAX

Through the example in this tutorial, you will see how powerful Power BI can be as an analytical tool. We will analyze a specific insight and then showcase it in a compelling way. This analytical work is seriously not possible in any way, shape, or form using existing tools like Excel. Being able to do

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Effectively Showcasing Sales Performance in Power BI

If you’re a business that sells something, you will want to showcase your sales performance really effectively. In this video tutorial, I work through many different techniques that you can throw together within Power BI to extract really high quality insight. I go through the data model in a bit of detail. I also run

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Adding Commentary to Your Reports in a Dynamic Way

This idea came up purely from a client requirement, and by implementing it I thought wow, this actually has many applications. It’s also not that difficult to implement in Power BI. I know this happens everywhere in organizations, so I’m sure you can relate, but have you ever created a PowerPoint presentation and then had

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