In this blog, I’ll compare the existing customer allocation in depots or hubs to a newly-calculated allocation based on a selected distance. This kind of analysis allows businesses to deeply understand customer profitability. There are two similar datasets here which are the Customer data selection and Customer data current. I used these datasets to display
Tag: huff gravity analysis
In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to do a Huff Gravity Model analysis in Power BI. We can use this analysis to estimate the potential sales or attractiveness of a certain store location. We usually do this in Geographic Information System software. However, we can also do it in Power BI and make it dynamic.
In this blog post, I’ll be introducing Power BI Geospatial Analysis for building compelling and dynamic maps in reports. Geospatial analysis in Power BI usually has a lot of restrictions. In fact, displaying actual multiple layers is not possible and requires some data manipulation. Moreover, both the default and downloadable visuals perform differently in geocoding