Tag: Dynamic Visuals

Using Dynamic Visuals On Ranking Based Parameters In Power BI

Through this example I’m going to show you how you can dynamically adjust the size of your visual. And in this case, we’re going to do it via the result ranking in Power BI. We’re going to create dynamic visuals containing our top 10 customers for specific products. This is a really powerful technique that

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Creating Multi Threaded Dynamic Visuals – Advanced Power BI Technique

Creating Multi Threaded Dynamic Visuals - Advanced Power BI Technique

In this post, I want to show you what is without a doubt one of the most compelling visualisation techniques in Power BI. Never feel you are confined to use just the general visualisation options inside of Power BI (or custom visuals for that matter). You have a significant opportunity to make your visuals even

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How To Start Using ‘What If’ Parameters Inside Power BI

How To Start Using 'What If' Parameters Inside Power BI

In this tutorial, I will show you how you can get started with ‘What If’ parameters inside of Power BI. Using this great feature will require you to spend some time thinking quite deeply about the data setup that you currently have in your data model. ‘What If’ parameters have to work over certain values

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Custom Dynamic Segmentation Using DAX In Power BI

Custom Dynamic Segmentation Using DAX In Power BI

We are going to get advanced with this tutorial. I will cover how you can create Custom Dynamic Groups inside visualizations with Power BI. What do I mean by Dynamic Groups? Think about a scenario where you have a range of different customers and you want to group them into who you judge are good, average,

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Creating Dynamic Ranking Tables Using RANKX In Power BI

Creating Dynamic Ranking Tables Using RANKX In Power BI

I really like using this unique technique inside of Power BI to create dynamic ranking tables. What do I mean by Dynamic Ranking Tables? Dynamic tables showcase a range of information dynamically in a table, but the information that are showing are based off a specific ranking on a singular calculation. In this particular example,

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