Tag: Power BI External Tools

Custom Visual In Power BI: Learn How To Control Font Properties In DAX

For this blog post, I want to take some time today and introduce you to a custom visual in Power BI that I’ve started using which provides a lot of flexibility and capabilities that are not possible within native Power BI visuals. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of

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Power BI Tabular Editor 3: Automate With A Script

Power BI Tabular Editor 3: Automate With A Script

Today, we’ll be talking about one of my favorite programs, the Power BI Tabular Editor 3 (TE3). Let’s delve deeper into the scripting capabilities of Tabular Editor 3 – the different ways you can generate, record, and use scripts within it to automate and simplify repetitive tasks within Power BI. You can watch the full

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Matrix Visual In Power BI: Controling Totals & Subtotals

Matrix Visual In Power BI: Controling Totals & Subtotals

Today, I’ll show how you can control totals and subtotals in your matrix visual in Power BI. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. This is a problem posted by one of our members at the Enterprise DNA forum. The user wanted the columns to look like

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Power BI Calculation Groups – DAX Tutorial

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In this blog tutorial, I’ll show you how to use Power BI calculation groups to create custom groupings and an insightful visualization particularly if you are unable to add new tables and columns to your Power BI desktop. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. This was

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Elevate Your Color Palette Via The Analyst Hub Community

Elevate Your Color Palette Via The Analyst Hub Community

This blog post is the second in a series I’m doing on innovations in Power BI. The first one was about how you can level up your external tools menu. For today’s topic, we’re going to use a number of tools on the enhanced toolbar to come up with a custom color palette, so I

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