Posts Tagged ‘Power BI’

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Drill Down Feature in Power BI

What is Drill Down in Power BI? In Power BI, Drill Down is nothing but the next level of hierarchical insights of the data. For example, when you want to see a year-wise sales summary, you may want to look into the “Monthly” summary, “Quarterly Summary,” and day-wise summary. So, this is where the drill-down […]

Power BI: Import vs Direct Query

Background Core of any BI tools is to acquire business data from multiple sources and then to co-relate it for quality reports & dashboards. Information Technology is being dominantly used for business processes from last 20 years. Volume of data has grown a lot. Businesses have shifted to enterprise database platforms like SQL Server, Oracle, […]

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Analytics with Incorta using 3rd Party Tools

Incorta provides a comprehensive platform for data Acquisition, Data Enrichment, and Data Visualization. It can be a one-stop for all your data needs, but it can also be combined with other BI Visualization tools to enhance the experience even further. Incorta provides a Postgres connection to connect other 3rd party Visualization tools like Power BI, […]

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Creating & Invoking Custom Function in Power Query

Microsoft’s Power BI is a data and analytics reporting tool that lets you connect to multiple data sources. Once connected to a data source, raw data sets can be converted to dashboards and presented to the team, customer, anyone at any time. In this blog, we will get introduced to the custom function feature available […]

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Dynamic Filtering Using Parameters in Power BI

Data is the lifeblood of modern businesses, and we’re generating more of it than ever. For making well-informed business decisions, it is crucial to fetch relevant information from the data and present it in a lucid manner. Microsoft’s Power BI suite is designed to quickly turn your data into useful information. Microsoft Power BI is […]

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Hide and Show Slicer Pane in Microsoft Power BI Desktop Application.

Power BI Desktop is a free Analytics and Business Intelligence application you install on your local computer that lets you connect to, transform, and visualize your data. With Power BI Desktop, you can connect to multiple different sources of data. Power BI transforms your  Data into appealing and insightful visuals.  Firstly You can absorb in […]

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Comparative Analysis of BI Reporting Tools

Business intelligence (BI) reporting tools help an organization gather, consolidate, and derive value from its raw data. These tools allow users to analyze their data in-depth, improving decision-making at every level in the organization. Various BI reporting tools are about 80-85% similar in terms of functionalities and features. Different BI tools cater to different user […]

How to Get Started With a Power Platform COE

The following is the fifth and final in a series of blogs about how a center of excellence can help you unlock the potential of your people and Power Platform. Throughout this series, we have explained how Power Platform enables your makers and why and how a COE enables these makers. Now all you need […]

How A Power Platform COE Can Help Your Makers and Your Business

The following is the third in a series of blogs about how a center of excellence can help you unlock the potential of your people and Power Platform. So far in this series, we’ve looked at the maker movement and why Power Platform can enable the makers in your company to make a real difference […]

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Making Meaningful Data Reports with Microsoft Power BI

Create Power BI reports to effectively translate your business data  Microsoft’s Power BI is a versatile platform that allows users to connect to and transform data to make meaningful and interactive visualizations. With a familiar and intuitive interface, Power BI Desktop makes connecting to a data source and creating useful reports easy. Upon completion of your report, you can publish it from within Power […]

Microsoft Dataverse for Teams

The New and Improved Microsoft Dataverse As if 2020 didn’t hit us with enough changes, Microsoft revealed some new terminology that all Dynamics 365 and Power Platform users should be aware of. From November 2020 onward, the Common Data Service (a secure data platform utilized in the Power Platform and Dynamics 365) will be referred […]

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6 Key Topics About The Future of Business Analytics

The post-COVID world will undergo a massive digital disruption that will impact business processes. With so many people working from home, digitizing assets, moving to the cloud, and digital transformation (connecting people where they are using various channels) are becoming key priorities to companies entering a disruptive 2021. It is interesting to know that McKinsey […]

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