05-01-2016 08:49 AM - last edited 06-28-2016 15:12 PM
This month I bring you a new Power BI Report. It is a 100% interactive Power BI for beginers users. I hope @marcr and @JamesMPhillips like Cheetos because this report shows you how powerful can be Power BI when companies like Cheetos uses it as main Social Media Monitoring & Analytic tool, to improve Sales, Product's Quality, Crisis Control and understand the Audience opinion about the Product. If you want to play and see the report in action just click the link.
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Hi @Mykhael ,
Love your dashboard! It looks amazing.
Can I ask what do you use to have your cards with the icons?
Are you using the out-of-the-box card or is there a special card you use that lets you add the image onto the card?
Very nice report! I'm very interested in the scatter chart where you see the amount of reaction per hour per weekday. I tried that with the standard scatterchart, but those were not this neat.
Did you make the chart yourself? I'm very interested in this chart. Can you share it, or help me how to make this chart?
I tried the link to the webinar that was named in one of the posts for this topic, but unfortunately it isn't available anymore.
Hi, Iam very new to the Power BI platform,
can you please tell me how much time did it took for you to complete this report?
i wish you could divide the time into this following levels
basic layout : level -
handling data in visualization : level -
handling[adding more / remove existing] visuals to make it much more meaningful : level -
adding those extra visual effects : level -
Total report building time : level -
if possible - i would be happy if u send me this example bi reports in beginner level.
Amazing Mykhael! The data visuals, the history told and the design. Greetings!
Stunning performance but is the navigation vertical bar on the left working?
So if you click on ' Web Sources' or ' Sentiment Analysis' do you
1) navigate to those sections?
2) is it just visual highlighting where you at?
And either way how did you set this up? Could you ellaborate on this?
Thanks for sharing the report. This is really cool.
In report number 1, i see there are small donut graphs on the right bottom side and are they quesiton mark symbols inside the donut chart. What is the use of them.
Hi @Mykhael. I'm still new to using Power BI, though I have built several models and reports. I'm trying to understand how you got the navigation arrows for moving through your report? See below.
Thanks for your help, and great reports!
Hello, When you publish your report automatically the sheets put them as the browser you are pointing. It is something that intervenes powerbi to navigate between the sheets of your report.
Hope u helpfully..
This really looks very nice.
Is this Report free to experiment with and downloadable?
If Yes, can you point me to how and where i can retrieve it?
Thats a wonderful report. So interactive and such a stunning look. I would be grateful if you can somewhat explain how did you create this especially the left side bar that represents different pages. A little explanation will do.
Hi @Mykhael. Fantastic report presented here.. Just one question.. When any month is selected in month slicer, it also gets displayed in the top right corner. How did you do that??