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This article is designed to go with my recent Data Stories Gallery submission, 3 Year Analysis of Gartner Magic Quadrant Leaders for Analytics and Business Intelligence. It's a rather lengthy title I know! Luckily however, the analysis was rather quick and easy. But, I thought that a few more insights could be shared around this than simply what appears in the Data Story Gallery posting or within the Power BI report.
We will create a custom connector in Flow that refreshes any dataset in PowerBI you want and you can use it with any other connector. Bonus, we can use it for calling other PowerBI API actions as well.
The web query feature "Web by Example" is one of the top 5 new features of 2018. This article demonstrates how to make this powerful feature even more powerful by turning the queries created by this technique into M functions, enabling you to quickly and easily build custom functions that can collect data via the web for sites that have data spread across similar individual pages.
DeNisha Malone’s talk at the Seattle Power BI World Tour was entitled “Telling a Story with Data”: A fitting subject for her, near to her heart. She could even tell the story of her own life with data.
This immersive event offers 90-minute, multi-level sessions on Power BI, PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow. All sessions are deep-dives, presented by technical and functional experts, MVPs, and Microsoft team members.
You have millions of rows of data stored in your data warehouse, you have it accessible and available for business users and report users, but how do you effectively tell a story using all that data? How do you unlock the secrets and the potential your data has?
Check this blog post to get a summary of the webinar I did with Charles Sterling on the Power BI YouTube channel where you will learn tips & tricks on how to effectively visualize your data, the do’s and don’ts and how to present your data so questions can be asked and get answered in the same report.
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I wanted to run through some fantasticvisualization techniquesthat you can incorporate into your Power BI models and reports. The first one is what I callMulti-Threadeddynamic visuals and the second one isMulti-Measuredynamic visuals.
Today, I wanted to cover in detail some fantasticscenario analysis techniquesyou can use inside of Power BI. Power BI is an amazing tool if you want to predict what may happen in the future or alternatively see what could have happened in the past based on certain variables changing in your data.
Are you working on big data and want to leverage the powerful capabilities of Power BI desktop? Then Incremental Refresh is a key feature to learn. It makes data refreshes faster and more reliable with less resource consumption.
With today'spostI wanted to run through some examples of how you cansolve errors in your totalswithin Power BI. Via theEnterprise DNA Support Forum, I get to see a lot of issues and requests that users who are working in Power BI Desktop have.