Do you want to learn techniques for dynamic reporting in Power BI? In a recent webinar, Robin Abramson goes over techniques such as a switch, disconnected slicer tables and completely dynamic tables crafted in the query editor, as well as when they are appropriate to use.
Dynamic reporting is a way to tell people about their business without the daily barrage of users asking to see things in different ways to support their needs. Power BI allows users with varying experience to find actionable data in their reports. People want to look at a report and get what they need to know to get insights into what needs to be done in their role.
No longer do we need to download reports into Excel and do data analysis there. Power BI gives the user the ability to drive the report. Users know what data they need and what they want, and they don’t want to go through pages and pages to get it or to shape the data to their needs once they get it.
This webinar will teach you the techniques for dynamic reporting such as: WhatIf parameters, slicer tables, measures using Switch, unpivoted data. Most of the presentation will be in depth demos of these techniques.
Power BI has changed the way we report and do our data analysis. By using the dynamic techniques taught here, we can let users quickly find the data that matters to them without having to have an analyst do it for them!
If you’re looking to learn how to use Power BI for dynamic reporting this webinar is for you! You can watch the complete webinar below. To view the presentation slides, click here.
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