Tag: Visualization Tips

Charticulator: A Visual Creator For Power BI

In this tutorial, you’ll learn what Charticulator is and how it can improve your Power BI report. This is an introduction of the Charticulator tool, an alternative visual creator for the native custom visual in Power BI. Charticulator is a Microsoft Research project that lets you present your data through charts and visuals. It transforms

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The Charticulator: Power BI Alternative Visualization Tool

The Charticulator- Power BI Alternative Visualization Tool

In this tutorial, you’ll learn about creating visualizations using Charticulator and the custom visuals available in Power BI. These two visual tools are responsible for the creation of charts in your report. You’ll understand and see how both tools can generate the same results. Creating Visualizations Using Charticulator This tool can be found in the

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Building Power BI Reports: Organizing DAX Measures & Page Development

Building Power BI Reports- Organizing DAX Measures & Page Development

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you my process in building Power BI reports and how I organize my DAX measures to help me navigate my report smoothly. I will focus mostly on how I developed the Defects and Downtime analyses on this report. I’m going to use the report I submitted as my

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New Enterprise DNA Course: Advanced Visualization Techniques

A two-part course, Advanced Visualization Techniques can help Power BI users maximize the impact of their reports by more effectively communicating complex analyses through the use of a wide range of visuals, creating an intuitive user experience, and developing an attention-grabbing visual style. This course was created by Mudassir Ali, one of our Enterprise DNA

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Last Refresh Date & Time In Power BI – Updated Solution


In this blog post, I’ll make an update to the Last Refresh Date and Time blog post where I showed you how to insert the last refresh into your Power BI reports so you or your clients can see it. I’ve done a little research on this to try and make things simpler. You may

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