Guy in a Cube had a great video on using Parameters to dynamically update information pulled in from the database to a Power BI report (view it here). At the time I discovered this video I was looking for something similar. The one difference was I wanted to select multiple items in one report. In other words, in Guy in a Cube’s example, he pulls one StudentID into his report. What if I wanted to pull three, four, or five StudentIDs at once?
Where Analytics Fits Best in Business
Understanding the business you are in is critical to producing quality work. The further an analytical resource is from this knowledge, the more likely the results are churned out without vetting the validity of the data. Then again, individuals immersed too heavily in the culture or business can produce biases when analyzing for honest answers. …
Months in an Excel Dropdown
When I find I am performing the same task repeatedly, I look for ways to make my life easier. I prefer spending my time doing new and exciting things, not monotonous and redundant activities. Often, these experiences give me the chance to try something that will save time, and keep me entertained. One example of …
First blog post
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