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Change line colour based on values in a disconnected table

Power BI works on great relationships, but sometimes we need to solve a problem without any relationships. Enter the disconnected tables. These are very useful to solve specific problems. They are easy to set up and you can be as creative as you want with your DAX to achieve your ...
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Get users to select the colours in your reports

Deciding which colours to use in a report is never an easy decision as each one of us has our own preferences. Someone will always be disappointed with the choice of colours used in your reports. One way around this is to conduct a survey of the colours to use ...
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/ DAX, Power BI, Power BI, UI/UX

Data storytelling by using the Page Navigation button

Data storytelling is increasingly being seen as essential to modern data analysis It is no longer enough to just develop a data model and produce visuals and let the audience take it from there. Reports need to be developed with the end user in mind while taking them on a ...
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How to sort a 100% stacked bar chart by % values

By default the 100% stacked bar chart is sorted by the actual value. But that's not very useful as its hard to see what is the top category by %. Fortunately you can achieve the sorting by % value by an easy tip. And it doesn't involve creating calculated columns ...
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/ DAX, Power BI, Power BI, Sorting

Strategic colouring in Power BI – Part 3: Isolating a category in a trend

In the first part  we discussed how to use strategic colouring to compare different metrics over a common dimension. In the second part we saw to compare a trend of one or multiple category in a field versus the rest of the categories. In this last part we will see ...
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Strategic colouring in Power BI – Part 2: Comparing a trend versus the rest

In the first part  we discussed how to use strategic colouring to compare different metrics over a common dimension. In this part I will talk about how to compare a trend of one or multiple category in a field versus the rest of the categories. We will use the same ...
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