Tag: DAX Measures Power BI

Power BI DAX Measures For Events In Progress

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create Power BI DAX measures for events in progress. These events could come in the form of orders in progress or sales in progress, depending on the nature of your report. Basically, the challenge here is calculating results when there is more than one date

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Waffle Charts: Power BI Custom Visualization

Waffle Charts- Power BI Custom Visualization

Waffle Charts in Power BI are advanced chart types that are commonly used to show parts of a whole. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to use the Enlighten Waffle chart which is another custom visual in Power BI. It provides an easy and simple way to visualize a percentage of values on a 10×10

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Dot Plot Graphs In Power BI: Custom Visualization

Dot Plot Graphs In Power BI: Custom Visualization

In this tutorial, we’ll discuss how to use another custom visual in Power BI called Dot Plot by MAQ Software. A dot plot graph in Power BI is a simple visual that shows a number of dots for the value you wish to present. It’s a great choice if you want to include categorical data along

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Anomaly Detection In Power BI: Options And Limitations

Power BI introduced another feature called Anomaly Detection in its November 2020 update. This feature is only available in line charts for now. Anomaly detection in Power BI enables report creators to enhance line charts by automatically detecting anomalies in a time series data. This feature allows us to easily find insights without slicing and

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Center Of Gravity Analysis In Power BI

Center Of Gravity Analysis In Power BI

Finding the center of gravity of a cluster of locations is a common task for people working with Geographic Information Systems. One example is when looking at the allocation of addresses to a depot or engineers to a working area. Although Power BI does not yet support true multiple dynamic layers in the map visuals,

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