Tag: Dynamic Visuals

How To Create A Dynamic Power BI Report

In this tutorial, I show you how you can create a totally dynamic Power BI report, using the measuring branching technique and the power of DAX. When I say dynamic, I mean that you may want to highlight one particular insight across all your visualizations on your report page, but then you might want to

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Power BI Shape Map Visualization For Spatial Analysis

The Shape Map Visualization is probably my most favorite map visualization inside Power BI. I think it blends in reports and dashboards well. It actually looks a lot better on a report than if you just use the standard map feature. It also has other great visualization features like Drill In, Drill Out and ways

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Calculating Profit Leakage Using Power BI Analytics

In this blog post, I want to hone into a real world application of Power BI – How can we discover how much profit we are missing out on? There are probably a few ways that you can work out solutions to profit leakage. The way I have done it with this example is to

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Data Visualization Technique in Power BI – Multi Measure Dynamic Visuals

This blog post will demonstrate one of the best data visualization techniques I’ve discovered in Power BI to date — the multi-measure dynamic visuals technique. If you want to create dynamic visuals that can really make your analysis stand out, you need to make use of it. It allows you to work and present your

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Data Visualization with Power BI: How To Add Commentary to Your Reports in a Dynamic Way

This idea came up purely from a client requirement, and by implementing it I thought wow, this actually has many applications. It’s also not that difficult to implement in Power BI. I know this happens everywhere in organizations, so I’m sure you can relate, but have you ever created a PowerPoint presentation and then had

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