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Deji Folarin ⚡ 3h
Gbenga Adekoya is speaking on Common formulas in at the MCTNaija Power bi User group meetup
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Eddie B 52m
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Jeff Weir(d) Jan 17
A table is such a space efficient way to serve up multiple series while still being able to compare trends both within and across measures. The exact same data in a Stacked Bar requires more space, skips databars, and only values in the left-most series is easily judged.
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Power BI Guy Jan 16
I've just decided on a 2020 resolution. I will correctly format all of my DAX.
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MCT Nigeria Tech User Group 3h
We are live at our Nigeria monthly meetup organised by to expand the knowledge and awareness towards various functions and use cases.
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Mike Allen Jan 12
This is the best guidance for many-to-many modelling in that I've seen, with practical examples
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Jeff Weir(d) Jan 16
Is this how y'all do Version Control when developing reports in ?
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Emmanuel Joshua 37m
Thanks and for empowering the next generation of data analysts, business intelligence experts and gurus. It's a pleasure having you and this invaluable opportunity.
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Erich A Dejesus Jan 17
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Alice Drummond Jan 15
We've been having a lot of fun using to analyse trends in customer sentiment for keys waterway values! We've anonymised the datasets so that we can share it with the community on Data Stories Gallery:
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Kathrin Borchert 5h
Once again my favourite pic this year until now XD
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Power BI Weekly Jan 15
Gannt Chart Configuration for – A Step by Step Guide from Bhupinder Singh
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Jeff Weir(d) Jan 16
: Why should Clear Selections differ from the Select All slicer option? After "Clear All", if users click 1 item, only 1 item is selected. Good. After "Select All", if users click 1 item, N - 1 items are selected. They multi-selected without CTRL, but didn't want this.
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Power BI Weekly Jan 16
Advanced DAX For : Implementing Ranking Logic Across Unique Insights from
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𝘎𝘪𝘭𝘣𝘦𝘳𝘵 #𝘔𝘰𝘰𝘉𝘰𝘺 16h
This is a conference that you dont want to miss. Loads of announcements (especially ) and the ability to connect with others. See you there!
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Abhishek Tripathi 19h
Hi folks ,i believe that we don't have option to see the percentage and number both in one column chart in based on slicer, currently its only working on table and matrix visualization. Please help me if there is any way we can achieve this.
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Jeff Weir(d) Jan 17
I'm so glad I slipped $50 to schedule my session on in before lunch. Better chance my audience will actually stay awake during it, salivating like pavlova's dogs at the thought of the non visual treats on offer after the visual treats end. Is that pie?
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Jeff Weir(d) 16h
Replying to @Will_MI77
Still don't know why doesn't allow you to have markers on a date (Continous) axis, but here's a concrete example of why this matters. Dotted line is combination of the other two lines. How can it be that it isn't higher than the light red line between 2009 and 2012?
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Power BI Weekly 19h
Scenario Analysis Techniques Using Multiple 'What If' Parameters from
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Galway Power BI User Group Jan 15
Couldn't agree more. This is really excellent . Can't wait for parts 2 & 3 of the series.
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