Tag: DAX

Scenario Analysis Patterns in Power BI using DAX – Free Training Workshop

Awesome live session today! In this months free training workshop we covered a comprehensive scenario analysis example. Through this we went through a number of tips and techniques around how you can develop compelling Power BI solutions using the new ‘What If’ parameter feature. If you want to check out the session, you can view

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Not sure if Tableau is delivering what you need? My thoughts on why Power BI is a more compelling choice…

I’ve been getting out and about and listening to what customers (current & potential) are doing on the data analysis front. I’m hearing quite frequently that those who have implemented Tableau are becoming disappointed in the progress they are (or aren’t) making. The previously imagined transformational change around their data usage and consumption just isn’t

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The ‘Definitive Guide to Power BI’ now released!

I’m very excited to announce the released of the latest online training from Enterprise DNA. The ‘Definitive Guide to Power BI’ is likely the most comprehensive and resources rich training anywhere for Power BI. We’ve included things in the course that the community is desperately wanting like; demo datasets and pre-built Power BI models. These

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Want a data driven culture? Why Power BI should be your tool of choice

For years I’ve heard and listened to all the marketing buzz around how businesses could develop data driven cultures. With so many data visualisation tools now pushing the same message, how can you evaluate what has worked and will work in your own business environment? Many of the tools have gone on to have quite

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Understanding your customer better with Power BI

Latest post on the Power BI community site was recently released. Navigate there via the below link. http://community.powerbi.com/t5/Community-Blog/bg-p/community_blog Also, the most recent webinar in our series was dedicated to running through the numerous techniques used to develop this solution. You can view it at our youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szmJPP0Wqr0 If you would like to use the

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