Have you been wanting to use the R Visual in Power Bi?
In this week’s Power Bi For Sport tutorial, I will show you how to use the visual to create a simple bar chart in Power Bi.
Have you ever wondered if you can dynamically select a value to appear in your DAX measures? Can I change my graph from showing total distance to high-speed running distance?
Have you wanted to report data to your athletes but not sure how?
One option to create some competition between your athletes is using a leaderboard to display data from a given training session or test.
Have you been trying to create a similar experience to Excel, where you can change a dropdown value to view different metrics? Using this DAX you can do just that!
Have you been wanting to create a standard deviation that is above and below the mean?
In this video I show you how to do this for a selected group of team data, or a single athlete over time.
Do you think your slicers look messy on your report pages?
Well using bookmarks, you can create hidden slicer pop-ups to clean up your report pages! I’ll show you how in this Power Bi for Sport Tutorial.
This week I started to make my way through the Workout Wednesday for Power Bi challenges. This is an awesome extension of the Tableau community to Power Bi, providing challenges weekly to help extend your capabilities in the given software.
Recently we talked about iterator functions, but what does CALCULATE do?
In this video we discuss Power Bi iterator functions and how they can be used in your reports!