Tag: report development

Power BI Challenge 16 – Consultancy Time and Earnings Analysis

We saw so many amazing submissions on the 15th round of our Power BI Challenges, so we’re excited to see what everyone’s going to show us as we start the 16th round. Previously, we did a challenge about Formula 1 Analysis. This time, let’s see how we can use Power BI for something that every

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New On Power BI Showcase – Emergency Services Analytics

Emergency services is one of the most critical industries in the world today and analyzing processes related to it can help zero in on opportunities to make it more efficient. With these new entries to our Power BI Showcase, you can see unique and creative ways to do this. The Power BI Showcase is a

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Use Measure Branching To Speed Up Report Development

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how I maximized a technique called measure branching to speed up my report development process on my submission for the 10th Power BI Challenge. The Power BI Challenge is a series of scenarios where a data set is provided and participants are asked to deliver the set

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Power BI Report Development: Creating Themes, Company Logos, Icons and Backgrounds

Power BI Report Development: Creating Themes, Company Logos, Icons and Backgrounds

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how I come up with my overall theme, color schemes, backgrounds, and how I put these basic elements together to give my reports a clean and easy-to-navigate look. This has a huge impact on my Power BI report development process because it affects how people navigate through

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Power BI Anomaly Detection Feature: How It Works

Power BI Anomaly Detection Feature: How It Works

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you Power BI anomaly detection, which is one of the newest preview features released late last year. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. I was immediately able to use it in one of my reports right away, specifically in

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