Tag: Power BI Reporting Technique

Power BI Drill Through Navigation Techniques

Power BI Drill Through Navigation Techniques

I want to show you some really cool ideas around the Power BI Drill Through feature. You’ll learn through this tutorial how to use this feature effectively in your own reports. It’s not that difficult to do, and the results can be so compelling from a consumer experience. In this tutorial, I’m going to showcase

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Insurance Application Reports In Power BI

Insurance Application Reports In Power BI

In this Power BI Showcase, we’ll be reviewing insurance application reports that provide insights on our customer performance. The reports revolve around an insurance company that receives applications for different insurance-related products and deals. We have information on the source of the applications and when they arrived. We can also view which customer or customer

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Website Analytics Report In Power BI

Website Analytics Report In Power BI

In this Power BI Showcase, we have a simple website analytics report showing the metrics of a company. These website analytics are focused on a day’s worth of data from users within the Asia Pacific area. Website Visits The key metrics are simply laid out in the first report. We can see the performance of

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Building A Reporting System With Power BI

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This is an amazing reporting system or reporting solution that came from a Power BI challenge that we put on at Enterprise DNA. I made a lot of videos about the challenge and just highlighting some awesome ideas and submissions that are coming through it. This is from Greg Phillips, who is an Enterprise DNA

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Visualization Technique – Power BI Column Charts & Filters

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In this blog, I’ll show you a really easy and unique visualization technique that you can do in Power BI. Here I use stacked column charts and dynamic filters to make this work seamlessly. This example came from a Power BI challenge that we held at Enterprise DNA, and this was one of my submissions.

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