A system dashboard in a model-driven app provides users an area to access reports that have been built into the app, or are embedded from Power BI. If you’ve build a report or dashboard in Power BI, you can make it accessible to your app users by first adding it to your app solution then… READ MORE
The short answer: yes. And it’s a metrics layer and a metrics store and it’s headless BI too for what it’s worth. I’ve been meaning to blog about this question for a long time now, for two reasons: Customers migrating to Power BI often ask me if Microsoft also has a product or service that… READ MORE
This is the second installment in our two-part series on DAX window functions announced in the December 2022 release of Power BI Desktop. I will first answer the questions that I had received from the community about topics covered in the first article, and then go into more technical details about the implementations of these functions to… READ MORE
achine learning is in its heyday, but the question for many businesses remains:
How can it solve the existing problems?
In this session, Leon takes a look at business areas in which ML could make a good case. This session will help you solve common business problems using machine learning in Power BI so you can figure out how it might be applied to your business.
In this session we will learn:
– What is Machine Learning (ML)?
– How can we benefit from ML in Power BI?
– Solving business problems with ML
– Resources to continue learning
Watch this webinar recording where Leon Gordon, MVP, takes you through how you can solve business problems using machine learning in Power BI.
The new DAX window functions (announced here, more details on Jeffrey Wang’s blog here and here) have generated a lot of excitement already – they are extremely powerful. However one important benefit of using them has not been mentioned so far: they can give you much better performance in DirectQuery mode because they make it more likely that aggregations… READ MORE
The December 2022 release of Power BI Desktop includes three new DAX functions: OFFSET, INDEX, and WINDOW. They are collectively called window functions because they are closely related to SQL window functions, a powerful feature of the SQL language that allows users to perform calculations on a set of rows that are related to the current row. Because these functions… READ MORE
Low-code tools like the Microsoft Power Platform enable every person in every role – from business users, IT professionals, citizen developer and professional developers – to collaborate on solutions and accelerate innovation across the organization.
In this webinar we will look at what it is, why it is relevant, and why every organization should establish a low code strategy with fusion team development.
Watch this webinar recording where Sofie Borck Janeheim takes you through how you can innovate using Microsoft Power Platform low-code developer tools.
Today I want to show you how to implement an auto dataset refresh after a dataflow is refreshed. On order to this, we use Power Automate. Let’s say that after an Iowa_Liquor_Sales dataflow is refreshed we want to refresh an Iowa_Liquor_Sales dataset automatically. So, create a New flow and choose an Automated cloud flow option. Choose a When dataflow refresh completes trigger. After creating the trigger, you are… READ MORE
Below are the steps on how to use Power Automate to schedule a refresh of a Power BI dataset at the time you want it to. I have recently seen some questions in the Power BI Community with regards to refreshing Power BI datasets. I thought it would be a good idea to blog on… READ MORE
In this blog post I am going to show you how I migrated an Azure Analysis Services (AAS) database to Power BI (PBI). This was inspired by the blog post: Accelerate your migration experience from Azure Analysis Services to Power BI Premium with the automated migration tool | Microsoft Power BI I thought it would be… READ MORE