Price Volume Mix (PVM) calculation is one of the most popular topics on my blog and YouTube channel. Although, I have covered the DAX for the perfect PVM before, I have gotten a lot of requests to extend the PVM logic to include a separate bucket for discontinued products as well as new products. You … Continue reading Price Volume Mix (PVM) Calculation in Power BI with New and Discontinued Products (Power BI Dax Tutorial)
Here is an interesting idea, can you have a prescriptive approach in selecting a right chart for your storytelling? In this article https://www.kdnuggets.com/2021/02/telling-great-data-story-visualization-decision-tree.html the author suggests that a simple decision tree can help you in guiding your choices. https://youtu.be/LW-50zDTteQ I found the approach to be very interesting, albeit not all branches of the decision tree … Continue reading Decision Tree for Data Visualizations?
I have decided to spend some more time on Market Basket Analysis, but before I get into the storytelling part of it, I had to clean up and fix a few things in the model file for the Market Basket Analysis that I created a few years ago. https://youtu.be/3OlZuXH9Y_g Market Basket Analysis is very important … Continue reading Market Basket Analysis (Power BI DAX Tutorial)
I have already done a video/post on how to implement a static drop down navigation, so in this tutorial I will cover how to implement a dropdown navigation where options are dynamically populated based on the identity of the user. https://youtu.be/wcNYHmCMEuA The Power BI desktop file used in this tutorial can be downloaded here. The … Continue reading Dynamic Dropdown Navigation in PowerBI
Steven Franconeri, a Kellogg School of Management professor, has written a good article "4 keys to Effective – and Honest – Data Visualizations". I thought that he made some solid points; however, I strongly disagree with his opinion about what makes a chart honest or dishonest. https://youtu.be/E6A0cry7PUw As you look at the global temperature trend … Continue reading What Kellogg Professor Got Wrong about Effectiveness and Honesty in Data Visualizations
I found this interesting chart on Datawrapper.de and it made me think about how (and whether) my chart selections also changed over time. https://youtu.be/NV5QeQdnv1Y (Datawrapper is a pretty cool tool that allows users to upload their data and create pretty stunning visualizations) In this chart, Datawrapper has analyzed changes in distribution of chart styles selected … Continue reading How Good are Your Chart Choices?
EDIT 2021-03-02: if you would like to learn how to create a Dynamic Dropdown Navigation - please follow this link: https://businessintelligist.com/2021/03/02/dynamic-dropdown-navigation-in-powerbi/ Dropdown navigation allows us to use the real estate of the report page more efficiently. Traditionally, we use buttons and bookmarks to implement navigation between different pages in our reports, however, as number of … Continue reading Power BI: How to Implement Dropdown Navigation