Tag: Data visualisation

Compare Cumulative Information Over Different Months In Power BI

Showcasing cumulative results in Power BI is such a powerful way to visualize your data over time, especially if you are trying to show the difference in performance from one time period to another. When you try to present this at a daily or even monthly level, identifying the trend isn’t always so obvious. When

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Using Filter Fields & Visual Interactions To Create Compelling Visualizations In Power BI

I want to show you how you can use filter fields and visual interactions in Power BI to great effect. They create simple and very effective ways to make your visualizations easier and more intuitive for the consumer especially if we need to create groupings of information in our analysis. Filter fields enable you to

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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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Creating Multi Threaded Dynamic Visuals – Advanced Power BI Technique

Creating Multi Threaded Dynamic Visuals - Advanced Power BI Technique

In this post, I want to show you what is without a doubt one of the most compelling visualisation techniques in Power BI. Never feel you are confined to use just the general visualisation options inside of Power BI (or custom visuals for that matter). You have a significant opportunity to make your visuals even

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Prevent YTD, QTD, MTD Results Extending Forward In Power BI

Prevent YTD, QTD, MTD Results Extending Forward In Power BI

Recently I had a unique question pop up at the Enterprise DNA Support Forum. In this scenario, we are looking to evaluate YTD sales but we don’t want to evaluate anything past the last sale that may have occurred. We only want to show the cumulative YTD total up to the last sale. This is

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