Tag: Power BI

Enterprise DNA Updates For June And What To Look Forward To In July

As we say goodbye to the first half of the year, we’re amazed at how much we’ve accomplished so far. We stayed true to our commitment of releasing courses month over month and there were a lot of Enterprise DNA updates that involved resources, events, and challenges that allowed both members and non-members to enhance

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Power BI Challenge 14 – Emergency Services Analytics

We’ve been very busy here at Enterprise DNA as we continue to level up our content so that all of you can maximize more learning opportunities as far as Power BI is concerned. Of course, one of the best ways for you to put all of this knowledge to practice is by joining our Power

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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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Power BI Accelerator: Expert-Guided Practice For Power BI Beginners

Interesting, but what does this all mean?  One of the things we’ve learned, both through research and experience, is that while you can learn a lot by watching videos and reading blog posts, progress is dramatically accelerated when it’s combined with an active element of structured practice.  Power BI Accelerator will be a twice monthly, active problem-solving exercise designed by

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Enterprise DNA May Updates: New Masterclasses, Showcases, and More

May was such an amazing month for Enterprise DNA. True to tradition, we made sure that we provide every opportunity for learning and collaboration to push the entire community to be the best Power BI users they can be. Here are a few Enterprise DNA updates that show just that. Power Apps and Power Automate

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