Decomposition Tree Visual in Power BI- Part Two

In the last blog an introduction to the Decomposition tree has been provided. In this blog, AI split of the decomposition tree will be explained. From last post, we find out how this visual is good to show the decomposition of the data based on different values. There is another split based on the how Read more about Decomposition Tree Visual in Power BI- Part Two[…]

Combine Multiple or All Sheets from an Excel File into a Power BI solution Using Power Query Dynamically

Combining multiple files from one folder is already supported built-in through the graphical interface of Power Query when use you Get Data from Folder. However, if you have one Excel file, with multiple sheets with the same structure but different data, you cannot use that option. There is a very little but useful trick that Read more about Combine Multiple or All Sheets from an Excel File into a Power BI solution Using Power Query Dynamically[…]

Say No to Export Data, Yes to Analyze in Excel: Power BI and Excel Can Talk!

Despite the fact that I have explained about the Analyze in Excel feature in Power BI before, still, I hear and see many users are using the Export data option in Power BI much more. In this post, I am explaining what is the difference and why it is better to use Analyze in Excel Read more about Say No to Export Data, Yes to Analyze in Excel: Power BI and Excel Can Talk![…]

Analyse the JSON File with Power Query

In the last Post, I will explain how to analyze a JSON file that has been generated in the Sentiment Analysis process . some explanation, this is a JSON file that contains the sentiment analysis for the comments one traveler put on the hotel website as below The suite was awesome. We did not have Read more about Analyse the JSON File with Power Query[…]

Calculating Stock on Hand Using DAX: Power BI Inventory Model

You don’t have always the luxury of having a snapshot fact table that has the stock on hand value for every single day, at every single workshop, and for every single product. Even if you want to build such a table, it can get easily gigantic. In this blog post, I am going to show Read more about Calculating Stock on Hand Using DAX: Power BI Inventory Model[…]

Automation of Sentiment Analysis using AI Builder

There are many usages of  AI Builder for Object detection, form processing, Binary Prediction, Text classification, business card Reader. However, besides them, there is another one that is available now in Power Automate. In this post, I am going to show you how to use this feature, for creating a process for automatically apply sentiment Read more about Automation of Sentiment Analysis using AI Builder[…]

Removing the Total Value for a Column in the Table Visual of Power BI Using ISFILTERED

Table visual is one of the most commonly used visuals. In Power BI, you can turn off the total row (when it won’t make sense to have the total) entirely. However, you cannot turn off the total for some columns and keep it working for the others. Using a DAX function, you can, however, do Read more about Removing the Total Value for a Column in the Table Visual of Power BI Using ISFILTERED[…]

Sentiment Colors for Gauge Visual in Power BI

Gauge Visual is a great visual for KPIs, however, the Gauge visual in Power BI doesn’t have the sentiment colors as an option. Sentiment colors make a gauge much more understandable, you can easily find out is the value high, low, or in the mid-range. Fortunately, there is conditional formatting that can help. In this Read more about Sentiment Colors for Gauge Visual in Power BI[…]

Compare Period Over Period Breakdown in Power BI Using the Waterfall Chart

The Waterfall chart is a good visualization to show you changes on value over a sequence, The sequence can be time, or date or workflow steps, etc. There is also an ability in this chart that may not be visible to everyone, and that is the breakdown option of this chart. You can use the Read more about Compare Period Over Period Breakdown in Power BI Using the Waterfall Chart[…]

Currency Exchange Rate Conversion in Power BI with Live Rates – Part 2

In the previous part of the currency exchange rate conversion, I provided a function script that you can use to get live rates using a free API. In that part, you learned how you can create a table in dataflow using live rates. In this part, I will show you how you can use the Read more about Currency Exchange Rate Conversion in Power BI with Live Rates – Part 2[…]