Storytelling with Power BI 7/7: Let them ask questions

The seventh and last blog in the storytelling series. Took a while before writing it and finishing this blog series. Up front I promised to publish a blog every week, but that simply didn’t work out regarding time. Besides that, the last topic in the storytelling series is also related to my latest presentation about…

Data:Scotland – Make AI available for everyone!

Last week, on Friday Septembre 13th, I presented at Data:Scotland. As the name already suggests, in Scotland, Glasgow to be precise. An awesome community event with loads of intresting people and reality well organized. Definitely one to put on your list to visit once! At this event, I presented my all new session about “AI…

Storytelling with Power BI 6/7: Progressive disclosure

The sixth blog in the storytelling series, this time all about a progressive disclosure! But first I need to say sorry! This blog is almost a week late! I was planning to post it last Thursday, but due to traveling and some important meetings, I didn’t have the time to write this blog earlier. So,…

Storytelling with Power BI 5/7: Ensure consistent context

Already the fifth week in a row posting a blog! A new record for me! This time it is all about ensuring a consistent context. The fifth blog out of seven as part of┬áthe┬ástorytelling blog series. In this blog I will highlight two features in Power BI which will help you to set the context….

Storytelling with Power BI 4/7: Have an interactive experience

Fourth topic in the storytelling blog series is about an interactive experience. Interactive experience can be implemented in many ways. In this blog I will highlight why interactivity is important in reporting and where you can think of, talking about interactivity. Interactivity You want the user to interact with the report. It’s not only a…

Storytelling with Power BI 3/7: Have a guided experience

Have a guided experience, my third blog as part of my blog series regarding Storytelling with Power BI. During this blog series, I will elaborate on seven topic which can be used to apply storytelling features to your own reports. A guided experience has a lot of similarities with the first blog in this series,…

Storytelling with Power BI 2/7: Be dynamic

Time for the second of seven blogs, as part of my blog series regarding Storytelling with Power BI. During this blog series, I will elaborate on seven topic which can be used to apply storytelling features to your own reports. Be dynamic can be interpenetrated in a lot of different ways. During my webinar I…

Storytelling with Power BI 1/7: Provide easy navigation

The first out of seven blogs, as part of my blog series regarding Storytelling with Power BI. During this blog series, I will elaborate on seven topic which can be used to apply storytelling features to your own reports. In this blog I will highlight the options you have to provide an easy navigation for…

Don’t let date columns ruin query folding in Power BI

Previously, I’ve written a blog post about Top N & query folding to improve report building. In this blog post I explained how query folding groups Power Query steps together and execute at the data source. Matt Allington also wrote a great blog with further explanation on how query folding works. While working on projects,…