Power BI Aktuality a blogy (AJ)

Power BIZde najdete zdroje informací zaměřené na Power BI v angličtině, např. aktuality z Microsoft blogu a různá směsice informací z TOP blogů a magazínů zaměřených převážně na Power BI.

  • Microsoft Power BI Blog | feed – nejnovější informace a aktuality z Power BI přímo od Microsoftu
  • Excelerator | feed – kvalitní zdroj informací a tutoriálů o Power BI
  • Kasper On BI | feed – Blog Kasper de Jongeho – program manažera Power BI
  • Blog Chrise Webba | feed – Chris bloguje přes 10 let a na jeho webu se nachází přes 1000 článků o Power BI a DAXu
  • Prathy | feed – Blog Prathy Kamasani – nezávislé kontraktorky z Indie žijící v Londýně
  • Datachant | feed – Blog Gila Raviva, který pomáhá klietům (včetně klientů Fortune 500) vytvářet moderní self-service BI řešení.

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Poslední revize 20.9.2019

  • Introduction To M In Power Query And Power BI
    by Chris Webb on 20.10.2019 at 18:30

    Since last week’s post proved very popular (it turns out people want video – who knew?) I thought I’d post the recording of a presentation I did earlier this year at the Power BI User Group in Wellington, New Zealand, called “Introduction to M in Power Query and Power BI”. It’s a session I’ve presented

  • Win Power BI Swag with Community Kudopalooza!
    on 19.10.2019 at 9:52

    WIN SWAG! Visit the Power BI community to get answers to your questions and connect with others to see cool examples of how people are using Power BI. https://aka.ms/commkudo

  • Refresh your Power BI dataset using Microsoft Flow
    on 17.10.2019 at 16:25

    Today, we are making scheduling of refreshes much more flexible to improve how Power BI works in processes like the ones described above. Specifically, we have added a new Refresh a dataset action to the Power BI connector for Microsoft Flow.

  • Bad Practices in Power BI: A New Series & the Pie Chart Prologue
    by Gil Raviv on 17.10.2019 at 7:02

    DataChant is launching a new series that will focus on bad practices in Power BI. Instead of sharing with you tips & tricks on how to deliver best-of-breed analytics solutions in Power BI, let us try taking the opposite approach, and share the most common worst things you may do in Power BI. You may The post Bad Practices in Power BI: A New […]

  • On-premises data gateway management via PowerShell (Public Preview)
    on 14.10.2019 at 18:14

    Pubic preview- PowerShell gateway

  • Power BI Desktop October 2019 Feature Summary
    on 14.10.2019 at 10:30

    This month’s update is filled with major updates across the whole product. In the data preparation area, we’ve introduce query diagnostics, which allow you to see what queries are being run behind the scenes. On the reporting side, we are taking a huge step forward in terms of real time reporting, with our new automatic page refresh […]

  • Why Does Power BI Query My Data Source More Than Once?
    by Chris Webb on 13.10.2019 at 17:03

    This week I was honoured to be a guest on the Guy In A Cube channel, and for my topic I decided to tackle one of life’s eternal questions: why does Power BI query my data source more than once when I refresh my dataset? You can watch the video here: Although I’ve never answered

  • Matt’s Power BI World Tour
    by Matt Allington on 12.10.2019 at 7:11

    I have been planning for various speaking and training events over the last 6 months and these events are now rapidly approaching.  As it turns out, it seems I have a bit of a world … Matt’s Power BI World Tour Read More

  • Guest Story: Unpivot Pairs of Columns
    by Gil Raviv on 11.10.2019 at 16:36

    Our guest today is Sandeep Pawar. A Simulation & Data Analytics Engineer at Cree Lighting in Racine, WI. Sandeep applies Data Analytics, Statistics, and Machine Learning to improve Manufacturing operations. You can contact him here. I wanted to share with you today an interesting challenge that I solved recently. I received quality inspection […]

  • Announcing The 2019 Power BI User Group Global Hackathon Champions!
    on 11.10.2019 at 15:31

    It is with great pleasure that the Power BI User Group announced the 2019 Power BI User Group Global Hackathon winning team as…

  • Automatically rotate through Power BI report pages on your browser
    by Kasper on 10.10.2019 at 10:28

    This question comes up pretty regularly, I have a big screen in my hallway and I want to show some Power BI reports that rotate. Now there is some build...The post Automatically rotate through Power BI report pages on your browser appeared first on Kasper On BI.

  • Power BI Webinar Overflow Q&A
    by Matt Allington on 10.10.2019 at 5:51

    Last week I held a free Power BI webinar for people starting out with Power BI who are wondering why they should invest time in learning about DAX. I had more than 700 people register … Power BI Webinar Overflow Q&A Read More

  • Power BI And Case Sensitivity
    by Chris Webb on 6.10.2019 at 19:31

    Case sensitivity is one of the more confusing aspects of Power BI: while the Power Query engine is case sensitive, the main Power BI engine (that means datasets, relationships, DAX etc) is case insensitive. Imke Feldmann shows how to make Power Query case insensitive through custom M here; in this blog post I’m going to

  • Increase Business Impact with Power BI and Azure Analytics
    on 3.10.2019 at 9:00

    Power BI and Azure Analytics help businesses build a data-driven culture and drive analytics proficiency.  This has been seen in recent findings from the commissioned Forrester Consulting study, The Total Economic Impact™ Of Microsoft Azure Analytics With Power BI. The study specifies that together, Azure Analytics and Power BI can […]

  • Announcing Power BI updates at the Microsoft Business Applications October Virtual Launch Event
    on 3.10.2019 at 8:00

    The Microsoft business applications virtual launch event is almost here! You don’t want to miss this opportunity to get a first-hand look at the new innovations we’re rolling out for Power BI. Register today for this free event, and then tune in to the live stream on October 10, 2019 from 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM Pacific Time.

    by Matt Allington on 30.9.2019 at 20:55

    Level: Intermediate Recently Microsoft introduced a new function in DAX called REMOVEFILTERS(). This is a very useful and well named function and it does exactly what its name suggests. Its purpose is to act as … REMOVEFILTERS() in DAX Read More

  • Hierarchical Navigation For Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 In Power BI/Power Query
    by Chris Webb on 29.9.2019 at 15:40

    While the documentation on how to import data from Azure Data Lake Gen2 Storage into Power BI is pretty detailed, the connector (which at the time of writing is in beta) that supports this functionality in the Power Query engine has some useful functionality that isn’t so obvious. If you look at the built-in documentation

  • Power BI Report Server September 2019 Feature Summary
    on 26.9.2019 at 11:16

    We’re happy to announce our September 2019 update of Power BI Report Server! This release is packed with tons of reporting features, including visual level filters for slicers, Icon sets, grouping for visuals, new default themes, and more! In this release, you will also see the new updated design, the new filtering experience, and more […]

  • Is my Power BI Report Filtered?
    by Matt Allington on 25.9.2019 at 23:40

    I was delivering Power BI training in Melbourne last week and one of my students asked if it was possible to show on a report if any filters have been applied. It is a very … Is my Power BI Report Filtered? Read More

  • Pie Charts
    by Gil Raviv on 25.9.2019 at 20:11

    I am going to publish a new series soon. The first post will be about Pie Charts. I cannot share more at this stage, but I would really appreciate your help in answering this survey and sharing it with your colleagues and report consumers. To take this 3 minute survey – click here. The results The post Pie Charts appeared first on DataChant.

  • Template apps update (preview) is now available
    on 24.9.2019 at 11:12

    We’re thrilled to introduce template apps update capability! From now on, after downloading and connecting a template app from AppSource every Power BI Pro or Premium user can update the app while preserving the connection configuration.

  • Congratulations to the Winners of the “Back to School” Contest!
    on 24.9.2019 at 9:08

    For our Back to School contest this year, we had so many amazing entries, showcasing creativity, design expertise, advanced Power BI skills, and of course a genuine love for education! With the help of both teachers and several members of the Power BI Product Team, have narrowed down the winners!

  • BIFocal Show Interview
    by Chris Webb on 22.9.2019 at 3:19

    Just a quick post to let you know that an interview I recorded for the BIFocal Show podcast at the Microsoft Business Applications Summit in Atlanta a few months ago is now available for your listening pleasure: John White and Jason Himmelstein, like less-furry versions of Paginated Report Bear, speak to all the top people

  • Free Webinar: Introduction to DAX for Power BI
    by Matt Allington on 20.9.2019 at 2:46

    On 2 October I will be hosting a free webinar called “Introduction to DAX for Power BI”. I have trained literally thousands of people on the DAX language through my books, online training and live … Free Webinar: Introduction to DAX for Power BI Read More

  • Power BI Custom Format String Examples, Part 2: Dates And Times
    by Chris Webb on 17.9.2019 at 23:55

    In my last post I showed lots of examples of how Power BI’s new custom format string feature can be used to format numbers. This post, looking at dates and times, will be a bit different for two reasons: there are a lot more useful examples of custom date and time formats built into Power