Customer retention refers to the ability of a company or product to retain its customers over some specified period. There are many ways to measure the data. In the last blog (blog link), we have checked MoM (Month on Month) Retention. Here, we will go through Period over Period or POP.
Customer retention refers to the ability of a company or product to retain its customers over some specified period. There are many ways to measure the data. In this blog, we will check MoM (Month on Month) Retention.
Have you ever wanted to display data in a matrix with a specific layout? Is it possible to structure the columns in a matrix in a specific way, beyond the default options offered in the matrix visual? Here is a possible solution!
Gateways live in a dark corner of the Power BI ecosystem. They seem to work, but it is not really clear how they work, and if they are working efficiently. This blog post is more of a documentation of my struggles rather than a holistic overview. Nevetheless I hope that it helps you better understanding what gateways actually do, and how to manage them better.
Let us consider a scenario where we need to represent similar information at two different category levels. One potential and easiest way would be to create 2 charts or 2 visuals representing same metric at different levels.
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A workaround to fulfil the requirement of displaying the current year sales and previous year sales, based on a selection of a single data point on year value in a bar chart visual. Let us see how we can achieve this quickly in Power BI.
Working with multiple dates within your data tables in Power BI is quite common, and many new Power BI users get confused with this. Not long ago, I posted an article here similar to this, but I think it’s a good idea to elaborate and give more examples.
Recently, I have noticed that there was a lot of content talking about gzip decompress with Power Query, but I haven't seen someone talking about decompressing .zip files. The truth is that gzip is a most common file extension for data with the Azure suite. We can handle gzip with Azure Data Lake and Azure Data Factory. Anyway, in this article we will check how to decompress a ZIP file to explore your files inside, like a Windows folder in Power Query, in a very similar way as the gzip is done. If you haven't seen how gzip works, you can check this post about it.