Power BI Architecture for Multi-Developer Tenant Using Dataflows and Shared Datasets

Using Power BI is simple, however, using it properly, needs a good architecture. In a multi-developer tenant, the architecture of a Power BI implementation should allow multiple developers to work on the same solution at the same time. On the other hand, the Power BI architecture should be designed in a way that different layers ...

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Azure Machine Learning Services : Automated Machine Learning -Part 2

In the last post, what is Azure ML Studio and Azure ML Services has been explained briefly. In this post, I will explain how to use Automated machine learning service. Automated machine learning (automated ML) picks an algorithm and hyperparameters for you and generates a model ready for deployment. Automated machine learning helps to identify ...

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Move Your Shared Tables to Dataflow; Build a Consistent Table in Power BI

I have written previously about the use cases of Dataflow in Power BI, and one of them was using one Power Query table in multiple Power BI reports. However, I that article just covered the surface, and I still see many solutions duplicating Power Query scripts in multiple files which brings a lot of inconsistency ...

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Image and Activity Processing Application with Cognitive Service, Power Apps and Microsoft Flow

There are lots of possibilities to embed cognitive services API in application like Power apps with help of Microsoft flow in the last posts, I have shown how to create Face Recognition application or How to create an OCR application to convert image to text. Face Recognition Application with Power Apps, Microsoft Flow and Cognitive ...

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Basics of Modeling in Power BI: What is a Dimension Table and Why Say No to a Single Big Table

I have previously written about relationships and the cardinality of the relationship. Now is a good time to explain the two types of tables we deal with every day in a reporting data model; Fact and Dimension table. In this article, I will explain what a Dimension table is, and examples of it, and how ...

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Azure Machine Learning Services : Introduction – Part 1

  In this post series, I am going to show how we can use Azure Machine learning services and the new features added that make life so easy to train, deploy, automate managing machine learning models [1]. In this post, first I will show how to use a no code environment for Auto ML, how ...

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Import Email Attachments Directly Into a Power BI Report using Power Query

Power Query has more than 80 data sources supported, and Microsoft Exchange is one of those data sources. Although it is not a new data source, however, the power of this data source combined with the data transformation power of Power Query is not clear for everyone. Using this data source, you can get all ...

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Many-to-One or Many-to-Many? The Cardinality of Power BI Relationship Demystified

In the previous article, you learned the basics of relationships, you learned why we need a relationship, and what is the filtering impact of it across multiple tables. In this article, you will learn about one of the most important properties of a relationship called Cardinality. Understanding what the meaning is of 1-1, 1-Many, Many-1 ...

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