Unleash Security Patterns in Power BI; Webinar Recording and Materials

Thanks to all attendees of my Power BI webinar last Friday. I hope you all enjoyed it. I explained a number of the most common row level security patterns in Power BI with some DAX expressions, in this post you will find the description of webinar, recording, and link to all demos and materials. Although ...

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Export the Entire M Power Query Script from a Power BI File, New Version of Power BI Helper, Search based on Field Description in the Model

Posted by on Jan 29, 2018 in M, Power BI, Power BI Helper, Power Query | No Comments

Previous versions of Power BI Helper had some features related to the visualization part and the modelling part of a Power BI file. This latest release of Power BI helper, can export the entire M or Power Query script into a file or into clipboard. Sometimes, especially when the number of queries in the Power ...

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Embed Power BI in SharePoint Online; Office 365 Integrated Sharing

So far, you’ve learned about four ways of sharing Power BI content. In this post, you’ll learn about another method of sharing which is named Embed in SharePoint online. Embedding in SharePoint online is an excellent method to share Power BI content through a SharePoint portal. Because Power BI and Office 365 accounts are bound ...

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Creating Machine learning Development and Production Environment in Power BI

  There is need to isolate the development and production environment in most of all projects. Setting up these environments help us to deliver a more reliable product to our customers. Machine learning projects also need a development, Test and Production environment. In this post, I am going to show you how we can do ...

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Power BI – Banding and stripes in charts

Posted by on Jan 11, 2018 in DAX, Power BI | One Comment

This blog will show a technique that can be applied to certain charts allow banding or stripes to help highlight data. This could be horizontal bands to help show data above or below a certain threshold, or this could be vertical bands to help highlight ranges of data by time.  In both cases, using What-If ...

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