Tag: Power BI Reports

Best Practices For Power BI Report Development

Best Practices For Power BI Report Developme

Over the last few months, I presented several tutorials, showcasing best practices for Power BI report development for each of the four pillars of Power BI. In this blog, I wanted to take this opportunity to present my personal top 10 list. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of

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Custom Bar Chart In Power BI: Varieties And Modification

A bar chart in Power BI is useful for data comparison. However, a custom bar chart is definitely better for presenting comparisons. In this tutorial, we’ll be looking at the different custom bar charts available on the marketplace. We’ll also discuss how to create them using examples. Here’s a report I created where I used

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Table Visual In Power BI | Dynamic Subsetting

Table Visual In Power BI | Dynamic Subsetting

I want to spend some time today going through a question from Enterprise DNA’s member, Lucas, about table visuals in Power BI. It’s an interesting question in itself, but I want to dissect it because it also touches on a bunch of other interesting topics, including disconnected tables, slicer harvesting, and some slicer visualization tricks,

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Custom Visual Reports In Power BI

Custom Visual Reports In Power BI

In this tutorial, I’d like to discuss how you can improve your creativity when creating custom visual reports in Power BI. I highly recommend creating projects that are outside your organization’s environment. This is because when creating projects for your organization, your creativity is limited. Most of the time, it’s very formal. The best thing

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Power BI Challenge 12 Wrap Up: Transport & Shipping Data

We’ve finally concluded one of the toughest challenges we’ve had to date and we applaud those who came up with submissions despite the tedious nature of this round. You know how we like keeping participants on their toes with every Power BI Challenge, so we’re happy to see everyone trying their best to work around

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