Move from single to a multi-file strategy

In some cases, you might want to split your report and data model into separate Power BI Desktop files. For example, to work in together on the same content or create multiple reports based on the same dataset. There can be many reasons to do this. But once you started building everything one file, you …

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Format your colors based on Advanced Controls

Power BI is the (best) data visualization tool of Microsoft. But how to apply your color formatting to your visuals without changing it by hand for every visual separately, which is an option of course, but in case you will get a next category in your visual, you have to manually add this to your …

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Parameterize your data source!

The first step we take in every Power BI report, is connecting to the data source. But maybe you have to change your data source after a while. For example when your transferring your solution from development to acceptance or production. Of course, we can switch data source in the data source settings of our Power …

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Multi-tier architecture and continuous delivery with Power BI

We live in a busy and stressful era. In our daily business we can not wait for weeks, months or even longer to get our insights. So we need to deliver faster. Therefor we are working agile to realize continuous delivery of results. The agile approach helps us to deliver small artifacts to the end-user …

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