Now, I tried to replicate the same version over Power BI. My initial thought while working was to develop exactly the same version of dashboard.
The grouped line chart is not available in Power BI, but I found a workaround by filtering out different line charts by year...
Markers are not available in Power BI, but not including the marker for the highest number of visitors did not change the overall story on the dashboard.
Here is the Power BI version
Looking at images, someone who doesn't have any experience working on different BI tools would not be able to judge the tool used to visualize the data (all four platforms are showing exactly same view)
It was great fun to build this application on Power BI.
This activity made me realize that all these tools (Tableau, MicroStrategy, Qlikview and Power BI) are almost same except few things which make them stand unique in the market like Tableau is better in visualization, Qlikview has its associative data model and Power BI has the simplicity which lets a less technical guy to create amazing dashboards . Also, Power BI is really powerful when we talk about its integration with IoT (Internet of Things)-Real time Visual analytics. Right now, Power BI is the only BI tool which is providing real-time visual analytics
If you want to explore the Power BI version of the dashboard, please follow this link.