Category: Power BI
Learn about some common questions and confusion around Power BI Goals.
This is an an “unboxing” post on Power BI Goals so that you get a quick look at the major parts of the feature.
Power BI Goals help you visualize and monitor your business’ statistics, analytics, and metrics (SAM) over time. I’ll show you how to…
Learn how to set up and use Power BI parameters in Power Query and DAX to make your models more maintainable.
The ability for Cortex to help facilitate the transformation of data to knowledge, however rudimentary in this first step, is the innovation we have needed for nearly 70 years.
Updated: January 30, 2020 This page is a resource page that we will augment as needed. Listed are some of our favorite resources for those just getting started with Power BI. Where Do I Start? You have a choice. Either you can prepare yourself with the core concepts before starting with Power BI or you […]
This post addresses a common scenario where a business unit may have multiple copies of the same Excel file that they need to aggregate into a consolidated data set for reporting.
Learn how to work with SharePoint Multi-value columns in Power BI!
Many organizations who use Office 365 use SharePoint lists to keep track of data. It can be any number of items. We’ve seen process information, project tasks, inventory, and more being managed in Power BI. Power BI provides a SharePoint list connector that connects to the SharePoint OData connector. Theoretically, it should make the connection […]
Many Power BI reports and dashboards have simple, color-based indicators, commonly referred to as Key Performance Indicators or KPIs. These indicators provide a way to communicate the current condition of a monitored metric. These KPIs require the data consumer to: Trust the data used to calculate it Understand the rule used to derive the indicator […]