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Microsoft AI Starts Coding Its Own Power BI Features (Thu, 01 Apr 2021)
Reading Time: < 1 minute UPDATE: April 2, 2021 – this post was published as satire on April Fool’s Day and is not factual The Power BI team announced on its blog today that many AI features are now being built by Microsoft AI itself.... The post Microsoft AI Starts Coding Its Own Power BI Features appeared first on DataVeld.
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DAX is “Both Simple and Easy” Confirms Microsoft Focus Group (Thu, 01 Apr 2021)
Reading Time: < 1 minute UPDATE: April 2, 2021 – this post was published as satire on April Fool’s Day and is not factual. This post was inspired by a 2020 article from Alberto Ferrari: https://www.sqlbi.com/blog/alberto/2020/06/20/7-reasons-dax-is-not-easy/ A recent Microsoft focus group confirmed that its data... The post DAX is “Both Simple and Easy” Confirms Microsoft Focus Group appeared first on DataVeld.
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Power BI – Insight Quest

Breaking Changes in Power BI (Mon, 31 May 2021)
This post reviews the deployment of common changes to Power BI datasets and the implications for the availability of the affected objects for users and Continue reading
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Common Power BI Admin Scripts Part II (Mon, 15 Mar 2021)
Today’s post builds on top of Power BI Admin Scripts Part I by describing five additional PowerShell scripts that Power BI service administrators can utilize Continue reading
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Prathy's Blog…

#Power BI Slicer – Slicer properties to make it look sleeker (Sun, 18 Oct 2020)
In my recent open data project, I created a single page report model with a sparse slicer. It’s a good trick for anyone who wants to make their slicer look… The post #Power BI Slicer – Slicer properties to make it look sleeker appeared first on Prathy's Blog....
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#PowerBI Buttons with animation (Tue, 25 Aug 2020)
The inspiration behind this post solely came from WHO website https://www.who.int/. I went onto to check some COVID data and found quick links on the main page quite interesting, hence… The post #PowerBI Buttons with animation appeared first on Prathy's Blog....
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Blog – Reporting/Analytics Made easy with FourMoo and Power BI

Scalability – Part 2 Migrating AAS to PPU (Tue, 01 Jun 2021)
Thanks for reading and welcome to part 2 of my series on migrating AAS (Azure Analysis Services) to PPU (Power BI Premium per User) If you missed the first part of the series here is the link here: Query Performance – Part 1 Migrating Azure Analysis Services to Power BI Premium Per User – Reporting/Analytics Made easy with FourMoo and... The post Scalability – Part 2 Migrating AAS to PPU appeared first on Reporting/Analytics Made easy with FourMoo and Power BI.
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Query Performance – Part 1 Migrating Azure Analysis Services to Power BI Premium Per User (Wed, 12 May 2021)
Welcome to the first in my blog post series on evaluating the different aspects when looking to migrate from Azure Analysis Services (AAS) to Power BI Premium Per User (PPU). Apologies for this taking a few extra weeks to get started, life has been super busy, but as they say “Better late than never”. In this post I am going... The post Query Performance – Part 1 Migrating Azure Analysis Services to Power BI Premium Per User appeared first on Reporting/Analytics Made easy with FourMoo and Power BI.
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Chris Webb's BI Blog

Speed Up Power Query In Power BI Desktop By Increasing Or Decreasing The Number Of Evaluation Containers (Sun, 13 Jun 2021)
Last week I showed how the new MaxEvaluationWorkingSetInMB registry setting could increase the performance of memory-hungry Power Query queries in Power BI Desktop. In this post I’ll show how the other new registry setting, ForegroundEvaluationContainerCount, can also help performance. Before I carry on I recommend you read the documentation on these new registry settings if […]
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What The New Visio Web App And Licensing Announcement Means For Power BI (Wed, 09 Jun 2021)
There was an interesting announcement today regarding Visio: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2021/06/09/bringing-visio-to-microsoft-365-diagramming-for-everyone/ In summary there will soon be a lightweight, web-based version of Visio available to anyone with a Microsoft 365 Business, Office 365 E1/E3/E5, F3, A1, A3 or A5 subscription. Previously Visio was not part of the main M365 plans and was only available as a separate […]
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Microsoft Power BI Blog | Microsoft Power BI

Analyze your personal activity in Microsoft Teams with Power BI (Thu, 10 Jun 2021)
Power BI is making it simple to view and analyze your personal Microsoft Teams activity with a new preview feature to ‘Analyze your Teams data’.
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New developer samples for update data sources and encrypt credentials (Thu, 10 Jun 2021)
We’re happy to announce new developer samples that will show you how to add data source, update data source, and encrypt credentials. In the new samples you’ll find an end-to-end flow of all the required Power BI REST APIs. The samples are available in .NET Core, Java, and Python. You can find the new samples … Continue reading “New developer samples for update data sources and encrypt credentials”
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Microsoft Power BI Subreddit

Power BI May 2021 feature summary (Wed, 12 May 2021)
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🆕📢Analyze your Personal Activity in Microsoft Teams with Power BI #MicrosoftTeams #PowerBI #PowerPlatform #Microsoft #DhruvinShah #DigitalDhruvin (Sun, 13 Jun 2021)
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Kasper On BI

AI, Machine Learning and Power BI with Rafal Lukawiecki (Tue, 20 Apr 2021)
In this episode of Kasper On BI we are talking about AI, Machine Learning and Power BI. What is AI and Machine Learning? What is the difference? How has it... The post AI, Machine Learning and Power BI with Rafal Lukawiecki appeared first on Kasper On BI.
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The rise and history of Power BI with Amir Netz (Mon, 19 Apr 2021)
In this episode of Kasper On BI we are talking about the history of Business Intelligence at Microsoft with one of the early founders and Technical Fellow at Microsoft Amir... The post The rise and history of Power BI with Amir Netz appeared first on Kasper On BI.
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Excelerator BI

5 Productivity Benefits of Tabular Editor 3 (Mon, 07 Jun 2021)
Tabular Editor is a Power BI Tabular Modelling productivity tool developed by Daniel Otykier. I blogged about Version 2 of the Tabular Editor in this article here. The 3rd edition of Tabular Editor has just been released, and it is a major upgrade from version 2. TE 3 is not [...] Read More »
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Build a P&L in Power BI Without Any DAX (Thu, 27 May 2021)
This is the third article where I have covered building a P&L in Power BI. My first 2 articles here and here focused on how to use the DAX language to solve some of the common problems with P&L reporting, such as adding sub totals into the visual, % of [...] Read More »
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