Tag: Data Visualization Power BI

Power BI Slope Chart: An Overview

Power BI Slope Chart- An Overview

In this tutorial, we’ll be looking at a not-so-common custom visual called the Power BI slope chart. This chart is used to compare before and after results. It’s an effective way to show increase or decrease as well as magnitude for a single or multiple metrics. Slope charts are used to analyze trends for data

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Power BI Anomaly Detection Feature: How It Works

Power BI Anomaly Detection Feature: How It Works

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you Power BI anomaly detection, which is one of the newest preview features released late last year. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. I was immediately able to use it in one of my reports right away, specifically in

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New Enterprise DNA Course: Advanced Visualization Techniques

A two-part course, Advanced Visualization Techniques can help Power BI users maximize the impact of their reports by more effectively communicating complex analyses through the use of a wide range of visuals, creating an intuitive user experience, and developing an attention-grabbing visual style. This course was created by Mudassir Ali, one of our Enterprise DNA

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Pandemic Report & Dashboard In Power BI (COVID-19)

Pandemic Report & Dashboard In Power BI (COVID-19)

I want to show you a really compelling COVID-19 pandemic report and dashboard. This is probably the best that I have seen by far anywhere over the past 12 months. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. This is a published-to-web link (above), and this particular report

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Scatter Charts In Power BI – Highlighting Key Points

Scatter Charts In Power BI – Highlighting Key Points

I want to show you a special technique that I used to highlight points in scatter charts based on a filter selection. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. This example actually came from one of the Enterprise DNA challenges. We had information from John Hopkins University

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