Tag: Power BI Visualization Technique

Scatter Chart Visualizations With Charticulator

Scatter Chart Visualizations With Charticulator

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a scatter chart for your Power BI report. This is a chart that shows data for two or more variables using Cartesian coordinates. You can use it to monitor relationships between different categories. Creating A Scatter Chart In Charticulator This is a sample scatter chart that you

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Small Multiples Chart In Power BI: An Overview

Small Multiples Chart In Power BI- An Overview

In this tutorial, we’ll talk about the small multiples chart, which is a new preview feature introduced by Microsoft. This is also one of the best features for visualization in Power BI. We’ll also be discussing some of its limitations when it comes to visualization. A small-multiples chart is a data visualization that consists of

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Power BI Interactive Reports: Navigation And Bookmarks

Power BI Interactive Reports- Navigation And Bookmarks

Page navigation is important in Power BI reports to leverage performance and user experience. On the other hand, bookmarks let you save the currently configured views and settings in your reports. In this tutorial, I’ll discuss how to get navigation ideas for your Power BI interactive reports. I’ll also explain how to create and manage your

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Report Layouts: Designing With Native Visuals

Report Layouts- Designing With Native Visuals

Designing report layouts in Power BI is a challenge for most people. Some data analysts sometimes forget to make their reports more engaging and intuitive as they focus more on the data. In this tutorial, you’ll learn some simple tips and tricks to create good-looking layouts for your Power BI reports. First, let’s talk about

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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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