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For years, Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence has been the leading report in the world of data visualization. However, many people only look at the 2×2 matrix without going into the details of the report.
On January 28th our webinar “The best-kept secret for better Power BI dashboards” took place. In this webinar, we showed you how to drastically improve your Power BI dashboards with the help of International Business Communication Standards (IBCS) and the Zebra BI plug-in. Click here to watch a recording of this free webinar.
Power BI and Tableau are both leading data visualization solutions. Comparing the two options can be a daunting task. There is a lot of marketing noise from parties that sell or work with just one of the two solutions. This will not help you.
In my eight years as a consultant, I’ve probably seen more dashboards than I can count. Still, most of them don’t have the impact they should have. Nine out of ten times, people start looking at the data. Is there something wrong with the underlying data-sets? Or is the visual not clear enough? Looking at those elements isn’t bad, but in my opinion, you’re looking in the wrong direction.
The Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence is a piece of analyst reporting we look forward to every year. Both the dept and the scope of this research makes it worth the read. But not many people take the time to really dig into the details of the report.
Keeping your skills up to date is crucial when you work with the newest technology. At Rockfeather, we challenge each other to be the best version of yourself. That’s why I attended the mastering DAX course. DAX (Data Analysis Expressions) is a formula expression language. Next to Power BI, DAX is applied in Excel Power Pivot and tabular models in SQL Server. Learn it once, use it tomorrow.
Every year Tableau invites its most valuable partners to kick off the new year together. The theme for this year was Accelerate, so let’s get right to the point. This exciting event was focused on three main areas.