Topic: Power BI

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Why Smart Filter Pro does not use IAP

This week OKViz released Smart Filter Pro 2.0.5, which is the first commercial version of a custom visual for Power BI produced by OKViz. This is the first of other rich and advanced visuals that will be released in the…  Read more

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What has happened in the DAX world in 2018

We are approaching the end of 2018, so it is a good time to review what happened in the DAX world this year, what we’ve been up to at SQLBI and what is going to happen in 2019. New DAX…  Read more

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Displaying a list of selected months

Today I woke up with an interesting question, about how to show a selection of months in a nice way, detecting contiguous selection. You can easily understand the desired solution from the following figure: I enjoyed writing a quick solution,…  Read more

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DAX Studio and Power BI diagnostic port

DAX Studio connects to a Power BI Desktop model using a technique that was not officially supported until a few months ago. This changed when the “diagnostic port” was documented in this article of the official documentation:  Read more

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On comparing Power BI with other tools

In the last few years, the Business Intelligence (BI) world has been moving towards self-service BI. As expected, several vendors created tools empowering regular users to gain insights from their data. Among the many, there is Power BI. Nowadays, users…  Read more

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Smart Filter Pro Preview

Today we start the preview of Smart Filter Pro. This is the first commercial custom visual produced by OKViz and it will be in preview until the end of 2018.  Read more

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The new Data Modeling for Power BI course

If you import more than one table into Power BI or Power Pivot, you have a data model. When you have more than one table, you usually have relationships between tables. When you analyze data, you often have many choices…  Read more

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What has happened in the DAX world in 2017

We are approaching the end of 2017, so it is a good time to review what happened in the DAX world this year, what we’ve been up to at SQLBI and what is going to happen in 2018. New DAX…  Read more

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Using TREATAS in place of IN in DAX

During a conversation at PASS Summit, one of the developers of Power BI shown me a way to use TREATAS in place of IN in DAX. I am not sure it increases readability of the code, but let’s examine pros…  Read more