Tag: Report Builder

Create A Matrix In Power BI Report Builder

Create A Matrix In Power BI Report Builder - Enterprise DNA

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create and format a matrix in Power BI Report Builder. A matrix, also known as a “grid” or “crosstab,” is a powerful visualization tool for comparing and contrasting data across multiple dimensions. With Power BI Report Builder, you can customize the look and feel of your matrix

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Create A Gantt Chart In Power BI Report Builder: An Introduction

Create A Gantt Chart In Power BI Report Builder An Introduction - Enterprise DNA

Gantt charts are a go-to tool for project managers and teams to track timelines and progress in an easy-to-understand visual format. With Power BI Report Builder, you can take this visualization to the next level by incorporating interactive, data-driven elements. In this tutorial, we will cover the basics of creating a Gantt chart in Power

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Introduction To Creating An SSRS Bar Chart

Introduction To Creating An SSRS Bar Chart - Enterprise DNA

Bar charts are a popular way of visualizing data and are often used to compare data across different categories. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a bar chart using SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) for your paginated reports. We will use a sample paginated report with matrix showing the Quantity and Sales

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Create A Gantt Chart In Power BI Report Builder

Power BI is a powerful data visualization tool that allows you to easily create and share interactive reports and dashboards. One of the features of Power BI is the ability to create Gantt charts that are often used in project management to present the progress of tasks or milestones. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how

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SSRS Paginated Reports: Line Chart Tutorial

SSRS Paginated Reports Line Chart Tutorial - Enterprise DNA

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a Line Chart for your SSRS paginated reports. When creating a line chart, you need to consider that your table is dynamic. The information changes depending on the parameters you set. For each region, the table could either fill up the entire report page or only consume

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