Tag: Dynamic Reports Power BI

Bank Risk Analysis Reports In Power BI

Bank Risk Analysis Reports In Power BI

This Power BI Showcase focuses on bank risk analysis and the key factors to look for in a bank. These factors could be deposits, loans, interests, or floats. A float is the difference between the deposits and loans caused by delays in processing checks. Ordinarily that would be in the bank’s equity fund. It could

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Comprehensive Manufacturing Operations Report In Power BI

Comprehensive Manufacturing Operations Report In Power BI

This Power BI Showcase will focus on a comprehensive manufacturing operations report that effectively presents the overall performance of a product-inclined business. Particularly, we’ll be using a business model that manufactures parts for airplane wings. We’re going to look at the entire manufacturing processing data for this organization. Operations Summary The first report shows a

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Reporting In Power BI: How To Create Information Boxes

Reporting-In-Power-BI--How-To-Create-Information-Boxes

I’m going to show you something quite cool that I saw in a recent Power BI challenge submission that we ran at Enterprise DNA. These are great techniques you can use when reporting in Power BI. This topic is from the Power BI Challenge 4: Delivery App Review. The submission that I’ll showcase in this

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Customer Dashboard Deep Dive Development In Power BI

Customer Dashboard Deep Dive Development In Power BI

This tutorial will show you the first step for the deep dive development of a customer dashboard in Power BI. The key thing that you should focus on in this example is incorporating DAX calculations and visualizations. Setting Up The Data Model For this example, start on the data model.  Without your model, your report

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Sort Visualizations Dynamically In Your Power BI Reports

I’m going to show you a quick and easy tip on how you can sort visualizations dynamically in your Power BI reports. This technique will allow you to showcase different insights on your report. I have seen a few questions about this on the Enterprise DNA Forum. I was also able to utilize this technique

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