Tag: Power BI Reports

Professional Service Analytics Reports In Power BI

In this Power BI Showcase, we’ll go through reports showing professional service analytics. The professional services firm in this example engages in several contracts with clients from a range of different business functions.  We’re looking to analyze how much time is spent with each of these clients. There are different metrics to show how that

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Showing Sales Growth In Power BI Reports

In this Power BI Showcase, we’ll go through reports showing the Sales Growth analysis of a large organization. These reports use large amounts of current and historical financial data to create analysis on the sources of Revenue. For this example, we also want to know where our Sales growth is coming from. Using the dynamic

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Tips In Using The Performance Analyzer Feature In Power BI

Using The Performance Analyzer In Power BI - Model Optimization Tips

The Performance Analyzer feature is now available in the Power BI desktop and that’s what I’m going to show you in this tutorial. Using the Performance Analyzer, you can find out how your report elements, such as visuals and DAX formulas, are performing. After running the analysis, you can interpret the results provided by the

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Tips For Power BI Report Design – Best Practices

It’s important to make your visuals look great to have a compelling Power BI report. In this tutorial, I share with you some of my best practices for Power BI report design and development. With these tips, you will speed up this part of your development work considerably. Building a Power BI report and making

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Implementing DAX Measure Groups Into Your Reports – A Power BI Modeling Review

In this tutorial, I’ll be talking about a really important topic regarding Power BI modeling and organization. In most of the demos that Enterprise DNA releases across webinars, summits, and to Enterprise DNA members, you will see that the use of measure groups is extensive. There is a very good reason why measure groups have

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