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Modern Enterprise BI: Part 1

Power BI has some new features and Future Promises for Modern Enterprise applications in Business.

Power BI Custom Visual Sorting

Sorting can be used for defining an order direction for your Custom Visual. There are 3 different ways using which you or a user using your visual can sort your visual. They are as follows: Default Sorting: This is the easiest sorting option and gives users the ability to sort the visual by any field … Continue reading Power BI Custom Visual Sorting

PBIVIZ Single Line Toggle Format Option Tip

We can add various Visual Formatting Options while developing a Power BI Custom Visual. One of them is the Toggle feature which is useful for adding or removing particular abilities to your visual or perform any similar boolean operations. The json bit for the toggle option looks like this. By default when you add a … Continue reading PBIVIZ Single Line Toggle Format Option Tip

Steps to Import Power BI Custom Visual

Introduction: There are plenty of different custom visuals available outside of Power BI that can be used by anyone to develop some powerful visuals for free. These visuals can be downloaded from the Power BI AppSource marketplace and added in your reports. All of these visuals have also be approved by Microsoft. Steps to Download … Continue reading Steps to Import Power BI Custom Visual

Power BI Transport Layer Security Settings (TLS)

Introduction: The Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a protocol that provides Secure communications. There are different versions of this protocol with the latest one being TLS 1.2. With all the crazy updates that Microsoft comes with, many of the programs, web services. etc. have enforced TLS 1.2 to be mandatory for communicating over the network. … Continue reading Power BI Transport Layer Security Settings (TLS)

Power BI April 2018 Update: Q&A Explorer

Introduction: In this blog we will explore some of the new features added to Power BI. Power BI has upgraded its Q&A Experience in its latest April release. It has simplified and simultaneously improved the natural language recognition process which is one of Power BI’s most powerful tools for Query Processing! Some of Q&A Explorers … Continue reading Power BI April 2018 Update: Q&A Explorer

Deployment of Power BI reports to Sandbox and Production

Introduction: Deployment of Power BI to Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations is done by Embedded Power BI in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. Configurations of Power BI in operations: Configure your LCS project within Dynamics 365 for Operations Navigate to System Administration –> System Parameters –>Go to Help Tab Here you will be … Continue reading Deployment of Power BI reports to Sandbox and Production

Connect your Azure Machine Learning Predictive Solution to Power BI

Introduction: Azure Machine Learning Studio is an amazing tool that lets us create efficient ML experiments with simple drag and drop features. We can predict anything from Flight Predictions to Churn Analysis. But what if we want to represent this predicted data a more visually appealing format? Well it is possible to do this by … Continue reading Connect your Azure Machine Learning Predictive Solution to Power BI

Narratives for Power BI

Introduction: Narratives for Power BI is a product that automatically delivers dynamic narratives that explain the insights within your data. No more manually writing explanations and spending time interpreting data. Instead, the narratives, which are powered by advanced analytics, are perceptive and dynamic and explain what is most interesting and important in your data. Drill … Continue reading Narratives for Power BI

Powerful DAX CALCULATE() Function

Posted On June 24, 2015 by Admin Posted in Tagged in ,

The CALCULATE function in DAX is the magic key for many calculations we can do in PowerPivot. Below is the syntax: CALCULATE( <expression>, <filter1>, <filter2>… ) The expression that we put in the first parameter has to be evaluated to return the result (i.e. a value, not a table). For this reason, the expression is … Continue reading Powerful DAX CALCULATE() Function

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