The ability of visuals to interact with each other in Microsoft Power BI is probably one of the most powerful tools for letting your data talk to you, rather than reading the data. However, sometimes you might need or want to control how the interactions work. In this Tiny Tip, I will show you how to make changes to your report so interactions filter rather than highlight, or simply just not change a visual at all.
Changing the background of a report in Microsoft Power BI can, and will, change the user’s experience. In this Tiny Tip I will show you how to make every visual stand out a little more, by just changing the background.
In this TINY Video, I will add a trend line to my clustered column chart visual in Microsoft Power BI. Since my visual has 3 columns in each cluster (Legend), I want to have 3 separate trend lines so I can compare the trends of each value in the legend using the same x and y axis. This 2-minute video shows how to do this!
I’m conducting a 2-part series on building and consuming Financial Statement data in Microsoft Power BI called Not your Daddy’s Financials Series. Feel free to join me!
I Love Business Intelligence (BI)! I always have. Below is a picture from a 90’s at a “Table Top Expo” for the Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce. Yes, that’s a skinny young Belinda.