Tag: Visualization techniques

Field Parameters & Small Multiples In Power BI

Field Parameters & Small Multiples In Power BI - Enterprise DNA

In today’s blog, we will demonstrate a handy feature inside a Power BI—the combination of field parameters and small multiples. There are indeed a lot of automation and productivity tools in Power BI, but when we layer this technique into them, we can create even more incredible insights and visuals. You can watch the full video

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Big Data Visualization: Reasons To Use Power BI

Big Data Visualization Reasons To Use Power BI - Enterprise DNA

All types of businesses deal with huge amounts of data on a regular basis. With platforms like Power BI, it’s finally possible to present data in the most seamless way possible. The best way to do this is through big data visualization. One of the biggest skills data professionals should have is the ability not

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Report Visualization Framework In Power BI | Part 3

Report Visualization Framework In Power BI Part 3 - Enterprise DNA

In today’s blog post, we’ll continue with our series on our enhanced report visualization frameworks for Power BI, and discuss the last three remaining items, which is selecting the right visual, condensing information, and using templates. Prior to this, we discussed the importance of using a grid format, as well as the importance of colors,

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Data Storytelling: Thoughtful Planning & Creation Process

Data Storytelling Thoughtful Planning & Creation Process - Power BI - Enterprise DNA

Data story telling is an important part of the report development process. It changes the way the audience views reports and allows them to look at the data being presented in a clearer manner. To truly understand the importance of data story telling, we need to think about the primary goal of creating data visualization

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How To Install R Packages In Power BI

Power BI has always proven to be such a dynamic tool for data professionals, not only because of its ease of use and wide range of capabilities, but also because of its easy integration with other tools, platforms, and programming languages. This is evident when you learn how to install R packages in Power BI.

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