Posts tagged #Intermediate DAX

(Guest Post by BI Elite) Creating a Pareto Chart Using DAX in Power BI

Video by: Parker Stevens

Today's video is another guest post from Parker over at the BI Elite YouTube Channel. Parker will explain how to use some clever DAX measures with line and column combo chart in Power BI , to create a Pareto chart. A pareto chart is where the column values are individual values, and the line values are cumulative values. Learn this is accomplished in this video!

Posted on March 12, 2019 and filed under Custom Visuals, Intermediate, DAX.

SVG and GIF KPI's on Rows in Power BI Tables

Video by: Reid Havens

Given how much fun I had making the SVG sparklines in last weeks video. I thought I'd explore what other things I could do with the image rendering ability inside of Power BI tables. In this video you'll see that you can also render full SVG images, as well as animated GIFS using DAX.

SVG image converter I used to create the zelda hearts: Link

GIF creator I used to create the animated doom guy face: Link

P3: DAX Reanimator Series: Top Performers using SUMMARIZE

Article by: Reid Havens

Welcome back P3 nation, today I’d like to demonstrate some exciting ways to show Top Performing “things” using DAX. Most of what we’ll discuss has been covered before in previous posts written here at PowerPivotPro. Rob has extensively covered the topic of Top Performing “things” in not one, not two, but THREE previous posts! So today I want to start us off by reviewing these awesome techniques, and taking a look at how to some of those practices can be used in a Power BI report.

Posted on September 28, 2017 and filed under Power BI, DAX, Intermediate, PowerPivotPro.