Creating Functions in M, The Power Query Formula Language

You have to be careful with economic data (with economists, too, but that’s an entirely different story). Is the data seasonally adjusted? Do the numbers represent current values or have they been adjusted to reflect the dollar’s average value in 2010? For such reasons, it is not uncommon for economists to annotate tables of data. […]
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How Does Power BI Fit Into My Business Intelligence Plans?

Things change pretty fast in the business intelligence arena. Terms can change pretty fast, too. A little more than a year ago, many people used the phrase “Power BI” to refer to Excel Add-Ins of particular interest in BI, notably Power Pivot and Power Query. Now, the same phrase refers to a distinct and separate […]
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Using Matlab Functions in Microsoft Excel

If it wasn’t already clear, the world of big data and analytics has brought home the point that applications can no longer function alone. Many applications must live, work, and play together seamlessly in what some folks call an “ecosystem”. Today we will see that it is very easy to use the advanced capabilities of […]
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Creating Rollover Interaction in Excel Dashboards

Excel Dashboards can be great for conveying critical summary data regarding the state of investments, an important project, or even an entire business enterprise. Dashboards also pose many challenging problems for developers; one of the more important ones being, how to convey information using a limited amount of monitor real estate. One solution is to […]
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Creating Excel Pivot Tables from Power BI Report Data

One thing that Microsoft has always done well is get its wide variety of services and applications to work together seamlessly (well, relatively seamlessly at any rate). We have previously looked at Power BI and noted that Power BI exploits the same in-database Analysis Services engine that powers the Excel Power Pivot data model. Many […]
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