I use Sales data a lot in my tutorials and usually the Sales Fact table will have the following fields in it: DateProductRevenueUnits Along with a bunch of other stuff…. Now, it is actually very common for a company to only provide Units in the Sales Table along with a Price History and/or Cost History … Continue reading How to Calculate Revenue and Margin Using Price and Cost History Tables (Power BI DAX Tutorial)
The older and wiser that I get, the more I realize that our framework of values and motivations is often not so much based on our own experiences and learnings but rather on effectiveness of persuasion of individuals who have taken their time and used their skills to instill our values and to create our motivations. You too can learn how to use data to persuade your audience...
I have heard some CEOs say some crazy things, but this is a special kind of crazy talk that we are dealing with here, folks! In this article, Sudheesh Nair (who is the CEO of ThoughtSpot), gives us his critical view of the BI industry in the context of COVID19 aftermath as he attempts to … Continue reading This Is Crazy: ThoughtSpot CEO wants to kill BI and for all dashboards to die
This is the third installment in the series; however, you are not required to read the previous two to follow along. Part I - I frame up the basic concept of analysis in and suggest a light way easy formula for the PVM calculation Part II - I refine the Mix component of PVM to … Continue reading DAX for Perfect Price Volume Mix (PVM) Calculation (Power BI Tutorial)
Should Microsoft be worried that Salesforce has just acquired Slack? In my opinion – YES, in fact it should be so worried that it must double its investments in Power BI.
EDIT 2020-12-14: if you are looking for the perfect mathematical formula and the DAX necessary to implement PVM, please go the latest post/video in this series - DAX for Perfect Price Volume Mix (PVM) Calculation (Power BI Tutorial) In the Part I of this series, I mentioned that I was cutting some corners with my calculation … Continue reading Part II – The Definitive Guide to Price Volume Mix Calculation (PVM) in Power BI – The Perfect Mix
EDIT 2020-12-14: if you are looking for the perfect mathematical formula and the DAX necessary to implement PVM, please go the latest post/video in this series - DAX for Perfect Price Volume Mix (PVM) Calculation (Power BI Tutorial) Edit: I recommend that you watch this video first as I cover the important theory in detail and … Continue reading Part I – The Definitive Guide to Price Volume Mix Calculation (PVM) in Power BI – Theory
Wanted to record a quick video to: congratulate the Power BI team with delivering of this killer featuredo a quick test drive of anomaly detection and see how I like itprovide a quick overview of what it does and how to use it. Not going to lie, I really love this feature. I put together … Continue reading Power BI Anomaly Detection is a Home Run!
Until now, I have not been very successful with building a perfect KPI visual that would meet my criteria of being able to show the three critical data points that define a KPI for me: Actual ValueTarget ValueTrend (UP, DOWN, SAME) The out of the box KPI visual has so many limitations that I should … Continue reading Build an Ultimate KPI Using a Smart Narrative (Power BI Tutorial)
As the name suggests, a multi-kpi comparator allows you to compare multiple KPIs or measures on the same chart. This way you can dramatically reduce the clutter on your Power BI report page. You can select what measure you would like to see in bars for example and which one should go into a line. … Continue reading How to Build a Multi-KPI Comparator Using Calculation Groups (Power BI DAX Tutorial)