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DataVeld

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

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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Common Power BI Admin Scripts Part 1 (Sun, 28 Feb 2021)
Between the Power BI PowerShell modules and the Power BI REST APIs administrators have a rich set of tools to efficiently administer Power BI environments. 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

How to update or create a measure to Power BI Premium Per user without having to publish entire dataset (Tue, 13 Apr 2021)
Following on from my previous blog post How to complete granular deployment of Power BI Desktop changes to the Power BI Service (Using PPU), I want to also show how to update or create a measure in my dataset, where I can deploy this via ALM Toolkit. This now saves me from doing the following tasks previously: Time taken to... The post How to update or create a measure to Power BI Premium Per user without having to publish entire dataset appeared first on Reporting/Analytics Made easy with FourMoo and Power BI.
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How to complete granular deployment of Power BI Desktop changes to the Power BI Service (Using PPU) (Tue, 06 Apr 2021)
Now that we have got Power BI Premium per User (PPU), this opens a whole host of new capabilities. In this blog post I am going to demonstrate how to make a granular deployment where I will create a new column in my City table, and only deploy those changes. What this means is that by deploying only the column... The post How to complete granular deployment of Power BI Desktop changes to the Power BI Service (Using PPU) appeared first on Reporting/Analytics Made easy with FourMoo and Power BI.
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Chris Webb's BI Blog

Importing Data From ADLSgen2 Into Power BI: Summary Of Findings (Sun, 11 Apr 2021)
Over the last few months I’ve written a series of posts looking at different aspects of one question: what is the best way to import data from ADLSgen2 storage into a Power BI dataset? For example, is Parquet really better than CSV? Should you use Azure Synapse Serverless? In this post I’m going to summarise […]
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Partitioned Tables, Power BI And Parquet Files In ADLSgen2 (Sat, 03 Apr 2021)
Earlier in this series on importing data from ADLSgen2 into Power BI I showed how partitioning a table in your dataset can improve refresh performance. In that post I used CSV files in ADLSgen2 as my source and created one partition per CSV file, but after my recent discovery that importing data from multiple Parquet […]
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Microsoft Power BI Blog | Microsoft Power BI

Announcing the new Charticulator visual (Public Preview) (Wed, 14 Apr 2021)
Announcing Charticulator visual preview. Previously to use Charticulator, a user would flip between the web app at charticulator.com and Power BI (PBI). Now, users can create a wide range of custom chart designs right within PBI using our brand-new Microsoft Charticulator custom visual.
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Join us! Power BI Summit April 19-23 (Thu, 08 Apr 2021)
The Power BI Summit
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Microsoft Power BI Subreddit

Power BI March 2021 Feature Summary (Thu, 18 Mar 2021)
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Switching between percentage and absolute values in one visual? Yes, your users may even thank you :) (Thu, 15 Apr 2021)
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Kasper On BI

Building a Power BI Center of Excellence with Alex Garcia (Wed, 31 Mar 2021)
In this episode of Kasper On BI we are talking about rolling out Power BI in a large organization. What is a Center of Excellence? How does a it help... The post Building a Power BI Center of Excellence with Alex Garcia appeared first on Kasper On BI.
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Guest on the Rob Collie (PowerPivotPro), Raw Data By P3 podcast (Wed, 24 Mar 2021)
Some time ago I had the honor to be a guest on the Raw Data By P3 podcast. The episode got released yesterday. I had a lot of fun here,... The post Guest on the Rob Collie (PowerPivotPro), Raw Data By P3 podcast appeared first on Kasper On BI.
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Excelerator BI

Supercharge Power BI 3rd Edition Live Webinar (Tue, 06 Apr 2021)
To celebrate the release of the third edition of my book Supercharge Power BI, I plan to hold a live webinar this coming Thursday pm (US time), Friday morning Australia/NZ time. Sorry, it will be very late for Europe.  I plan to cover 1 topic from my book, and I [...] Read More »
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My Power BI Chat with Ebenezer from Ghana, Africa (Tue, 30 Mar 2021)
One interesting trend I have seen over the last 12 months is the creation of a lot more non-technical Power BI content on the web.  Adam Saxton and Patrick LeBlanc were early adopters of this format with their YouTube channel “Guy in a Cube”. More recently there have been new [...] Read More »
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