New Series of Time Series: Part 2 (Exponential Smoothing)

In the last post , I have explained the main concepts behind the timeseries. In this post, I am going to show how we can forecast for some periods. In the last post, I have mentioned that there is a possibility to have “seasonality” “Trend” and  errors (residual) in one dataset: Seasonality+Trend+Residual we call it as ...

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Table with Embedded Chart in Power BI using R

Visualization is any kind of graphical representation that enable us to: Exploration, it help us to get more deep insight through huge amount of data Discovery, It also gives extra vision Analysis, it can be used to find pattern Communication, visualization help us to communicate better A few years ago Dr. Andrew Abela published a good ...

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Session Materials & Recording: Take Power BI Visualization to the Next Level – Data Insight Summit 2017

Posted by on Jun 14, 2017 in Power BI, Presentations | 2 Comments

Thanks everyone to attend my session in Microsoft Data Insight Summit 2017 about Data Visualization. It was a pleasure to see you all. Here I put the session materials to download and links as reference to study more. Please feel free to ask your questions here. My session was over booked with 650 registrations, and ...

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Visualizing Data Distribution in Power BI – Histogram and Norm Curve -Part 2

In the Part 1 I have explained some of the main statistics measure such as Minimum, Maximum, Median, Mean, First Quantile, and Third Quantile. Also, I have show how to draw them in Power BI, using R codes. (we have Boxplot as a custom visual in power BI see :https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/visual-awesomeness-unlocked-box-and-whisker-plots/ ). However, to see the data ...

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K-mean clustering In R, writing R codes inside Power BI: Part 6

In the previous post,I have explained the main concepts and process behind the K-mean clustering algorithm. Now I am going to use this algorithm for classifying my Fitbit data in power BI.   as I have explained in part 5, I gathered theses data from Fitbit application and I am going to cluster them using ...

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Variable Width Column  Chart, writing R codes inside Power BI: Part 4

In the part 1, I have explained how to use R visualization inside Power BI. In the second part the process of visualization of five dimension in a single chart has been presented in Part 2, and finally in the part 3 the map visualization with embedded chart has been presented. In current post and next ones I ...

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Have more Charts by writing R codes inside Power BI: Part 1

Power BI recently able users to embedded the R graphs in Power BI. There are some R visuals that it would be very nice to have them in Power BI. What is R ? Based on Wikipedia,  R is an open source programming language and software environment for statistical computing and graphics that is supported ...

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Materials and Q&A of PASS BA VC Session: Take Power BI Visualization to the Next Level

Posted by on Jan 28, 2017 in Power BI, Presentations, Visualization | No Comments

Thanks for all attendees of my webinar yesterday in PASS Business Analytics Virtual Chapter (Group). It was a pleasure to present to you all again. The session time spent all for me speaking and there was no time for answering questions at the end, so here I’ll answer all questions, and you will have access ...

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