Tag: Power BI Slicers

Dumbbell Charts: Custom Visual Vs. Charticulator

In this tutorial, we’ll discuss the not-so popular visual in Power BI called Dumbbell charts. A Dumbbell chart is commonly used to show comparison between two or more groups of data points. This is also sometimes called a DNA chart. Here’s an example of a dumbbell chart. This is created with Charticulator, and not with

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Visual Reports Without Advanced DAX Skills In Power BI

Visual Reports Without Advanced DAX Skills In Power BI

I’m going to start this tutorial with one basic question. Do you really need advanced DAX skills to create visual reports? Well, most of the time, no. If you think that you can’t create good-looking reports because you’re not good at DAX, then you’re wrong. I didn’t use advanced DAX codes for most of the

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Percentage Of Total Using ALL And ALLSELECTED

Percentage Of Total Using ALL And ALLSELECTED

In this tutorial, I’ll discuss the difference between ALL and ALLSELECTED DAX functions when calculating the percentage of total in Power BI. The difference between these two DAX functions can be relatively confusing when you’re just starting out with Power BI. Hopefully, this tutorial can give you some clarity on this matter. You may watch the full

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Scatter Charts In Power BI – Highlighting Key Points

Scatter Charts In Power BI – Highlighting Key Points

I want to show you a special technique that I used to highlight points in scatter charts based on a filter selection. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. This example actually came from one of the Enterprise DNA challenges. We had information from John Hopkins University

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Making A Metric Selection Slicer In Power BI

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to make a metric selection slicer in Power BI. A selection slicer lets you choose what values you want your dashboard to show. You can switch to the data you want to see without compromising other results. It organizes the values and visuals depending on what you would like

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