Tag: Scatter charts

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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Power BI Report: Dynamic Segmentation Insights

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In today’s blog post, I want to show a segmentation technique inside Power BI. I also want to discuss the considerations that you need when using it across your entire Power BI report. This is a way of bringing additional insights to your data that you may not have been able to do so in

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Learn Which Customer Groups Experienced Most Growth Through Customer Segmentation In Power BI

In this example, we’ll run through a unique insight you can discover in Power BI. What we need to do is to combine a range of different formula techniques to get the intended result. If you do this inside your own models with your own customer segmentation analysis, you will discover high-quality insights that will

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How To Use The Built-in Analytics For Power BI Scatter Charts

In this tutorial, I will run you through the built-in analytics functionality that we have available to us in Power BI Desktop. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. Already, you can create some compelling visualizations in Power BI, especially around scatter charts. But the analytics function allows

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Detecting & Showcasing Outlier Results In Power BI

In this tutorial, I’ll take you through an outlier detection analysis, detecting and visualizing outlier results. Your data doesn’t even need to be unique or customized. The great thing is that you can do this on basically any data set. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog.

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