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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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Power BI Icon Map Visual: WKT Strings

Power BI Icon Map Visual: WKT Strings

In this tutorial, I’ll discuss how to use the Well Known Text feature in the Power BI icon map visual. This blog post will further explain the use of Power BI in geospatial projects. The Power BI Icon Map is one of the most versatile and complex mapping visuals. It offers functionality that other map

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Measure In Power BI: Optimization Tips And Techniques

Measure In Power BI: Optimization Tips And Techniques

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to optimize a measure in Power BI. Optimizing measures in your report improves the performance of your codes in producing valuable insights and data. You’ll also learn about the different evaluation methods and how to apply them to optimize your report. You may watch the full video of this

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Small Multiples With Calculation Groups In Power BI

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The small multiples is a new visual feature in Power BI. It can be used in line charts, bar charts, and column charts. To enable this feature, you need to have the December 2018 version of Power BI Desktop. You can check out my review on this feature in my recent video tutorial. You can

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DAX MAXX Function In Power BI – Discover Last Date

I’m going to share a quick and efficient formula around the DAX MAXX function in Power BI. In this example calculation, I’ll show you how to find the last date something occurred using MAXX, which is an iterating function. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. I’ve

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