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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Interactive Charts using R and Power BI: Create Custom Visual Part 1

I am so excited about using Plotly packages in Power BI. So What is Plotly: is an R package for creating interactive web-based graphs via the open source JavaScript graphing library :https://plot.ly/r/getting-started/ this feature has been added recently and had been announce by Christian Christian Berg in Data insight summit 2017. I started to search about ...

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Have more Charts by writing R codes inside Power BI: Part 3

In the previous parts (Part 1 and Part 2) , I have shown how to draw a chart in the power BI (Part 1) visualization. Also, in Part 2 I have shown how to present 5 different variables in just one single chart. In this post, I will show how to shows some sub plots in a ...

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Have more Charts by writing R codes inside Power BI: Part 2

In the previous post (Part 1) I have explained how to write a simple scatter chart in the Power BI. Now in this post I am going to show how to present 5 different values in just one chart via writing R scripts. I will continue the codes that I wrote in the previous post  as below : ...

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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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Stacked Chart or Clustered? Which One is the Best?

Column chart and Bar chart are two of the most basic charts used in every report and dashboard. There are normally two types of these charts: Stacked, and Clustered. At the first glance they seems to do same action; showing values by categories ans sub categories. However, they are different. Your storytelling of data would ...

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