At Pragmatic Works, we understand that it’s important to understand the data you are looking at. What if you are unsure of what a certain column or field means? Who do you track down if a bug is happening? Or if a database or server goes down, do you know who owns the data so you can report to them that there is a problem? Creating a Data Dictionary is an extremely important data documentation tool that helps you to better understand your data.
As we hunker down for another Nor’easter and a foot of snow in New England, we don't let the winter blues get us down! The Pragmatic Works sales team in New Hampshire celebrated an uncharacteristically warm (50 degree) February day yesterday by breaking out our favorite Hawaiian shirts! We take pride in looking good while helping organizations gain value from the enhanced BI development, documentation and automated data validation capabilities that are realized by using the Pragmatic Workbench.
Pragmatic Works wants to help you fulfill the training essentials for you and your employees. Whether it's in-person, online or free training, we've got you covered. At Pragmatic Works, our training is designed to give you an intensive learning experience focused on real world applications. Our interactive Boot Camp training attracts people from many different industries and will give you the knowledge and the tools that will allow you to apply what you have learned right away. These in-depth training courses cover topics such as SQL Server, Business Intelligence and Power BI.
In this module, you will learn how to use the Box and Whiskers (Brad) Power BI Custom Visual. This is the second of two Box and Whiskers visuals that we have covered (You can learn more about the first one here). The Box and Whiskers chart is used to show things like data outliers, clusters of data points and the volume of data between two extremes.
In this module, you will learn how to use the Box and Whiskers (Jan Pieter) Power BI Custom Visual. This is the first of two Box and Whiskers visuals that we will cover. The Box and Whiskers chart is used to show things like data outliers, clusters of data points and the volume of data between two extremes.
In this module, you will learn how to use the Sankey with Labels Power BI Custom Visual. The Sankey with Labels is a type of diagram that visualizes the flow of data between a source and destination columns. This visual is similar to the visual we showed in Module 28, but with a few key differences.
Power BI Service now has a newly added feature called Power BI Subscriptions. If you’ve worked with any BI, particularly Microsoft BI, you may be familiar with this idea. Wouldn’t it be great to have reports delivered directly to your email whenever things change in the data? Power BI Subscriptions allows you to have the information you need delivered to you right away, so you can see things as they update, instead of having to actively search for information or updates on your reports on the Power BI service.