Tag: Data Visualization

How To Create Compelling Reports & Dashboards In Power BI

I decided to create a tutorial based on creating compelling reports and dashboards in Power BI. This is a general video around some of the ideas and techniques that I use to create reporting applications inside of Power BI. When completing development work with Power BI I attempt to not create elements in reports in

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Using Great Color Schemes In Your Power BI Data Visualization

Using Great Color Schemes In Your Power BI Data Visualization

Creating a high-quality colour palette inside of Power BI is essential to making your reports look compelling and very professional. I’m constantly seeing reports out there which use the generic colour palette for Power BI, which to me is a huge negative. I personally can’t stand these colours as they just don’t do your work

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Find Out How To Quickly Create Virtual Groups In Power BI

Find Out How To Quickly Create Virtual Groups In Power BI

Did you know there is a way to create groups virtually in Power BI? I was so happy when I discovered this, as it allows you to quickly and effectively create another grouping dimension in your datasets or data tables. The Power BI team has made it so easy to implement and edit as well.

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Quick Measures Deep Dive – How To Use Them in Power BI Models

Quick Measures Deep Dive - How To Use Them in Power BI Models

Quick measures in Power BI is a fantastic feature that can increase the speed of development immensely. Here, I review how you can start using them and I look at the many considerations of actually implementing them. Quick measures isn’t perfect but it’s being updated all the time. The Power BI team have made a

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Calculate Financial Year To Date (FYTD) Sales In Power BI using DAX

Calculate Financial Year To Date (FYTD) Sales In Power BI using DAX

One thing that can seem like a limitation of Power BI is its calendar date table. Often, you’ll need to calculate results across a custom financial year, but only the standard date table is available. You may initially think that you need a new date table, but you don’t. You can use DAX in either

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