Have you ever wanted to show your time data in different time zones simultaneously? Or allows users of the same report to display time values in their own time zone?… Continue reading Dynamic time zone conversion using Power BI
At Microsoft Ignite this week, the Power BI team unveiled the next generation of the architecture for their “dedicated capacity” customers. This architecture promises to resolve many of the issues… Continue reading Introducing the new Power BI Premium “Gen-2” Architecture
The license for the rest of us Today at Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft announced the upcoming availability of a new licensing model for Premium features in Power BI entitled “Premium per… Continue reading Power BI Announces Premium-per-User licensing
Application Insights (AI) and Log Analytics (LA) from Microsoft Azure provide easy and inexpensive ways to instrument applications. Using just an instrumentation key, any application can send operational data to… Continue reading Connect to Application Insights and Log Analytics with Direct Query in Power BI
Dates and times are probably the most commonly used dimensions in Power BI charts, or any charts for that matter. Power BI contains a number of features that help to display data with respect to time. Features like the automated date hierarchy reduce the need for users to construct or connect to a date dimension table (even though they likely should), which helps casual users get to solution more quickly. This is particularly true of using date/time on the axis of a chart. There are a lot of options for displaying this data, and they may not all be that well understood. This article will attempt to explain a number of them.