NY/NJ Power BI User Group


Latest Discussion Posts

  • Hi PUG members, Please help in an attempt to introduce this new feature by logging in a vote. Links are below. https://ideas.powerbi.com/forums/265200-power-bi-ideas/suggestions/34856185-show-the-content-packs-and-app-shared-across-other Today ...

  • This inaugural award recognizes a leader that goes above and beyond for their Power BI User Group and inspires other members in their local PUG to engage and learn. Commended for her commitment to excellence and inclusion, Kathy's enthusiasm ...

  • actually i just figured it out, or rather BI figured it out.  I believe I was working on the BI file but needed to reference the folder path where the new data was.  my apologies for the nothing thread.

  • Hi all, I'm a bit of a newbie, but have been learning certain processes with success but have now encountered a problem where i can't seem to find an efficient solution.  Unfortunately I can't post the example due to sensitive nature of the data so I'll ...

  • I have posted the slide deck from Marco Russo's presentation at our March 2018 PUG meetup 'Time Intelligence in DAX and Power BI'. It's in our group's Library under PUG meetup presentations. Thanks to Marco Russo for a great presentation! ------------------------------ ...

  • These are the resources used at our meetup on 2/22/2018 - Preparing for the 70-778 Analyzing and Visualizing Data With Microsoft Power BI Exam 1. Microsoft link to exam and topic overview: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/exam-70-778.aspx ...

  • I am currently working with datasets in a PowerBI report of, around ~10Gb. It does take PowerBI some time (~20m) to load and compress the data into the .pbix file. This is entirely feasible and the performance is quite good. That said: there are some ...

Upcoming Events

  • Next NYC meetup: PowerApps, Flow and CDS!

    Join us for an introduction to Microsoft PowerApps, Flow and CDS and learn how they work in conjunction with Power BI.

    Our presenter, Satish Paul, is a Business Applications Architect at Microsoft. Satish assists Enterprise customers with purchasing Cloud based SaaS and PaaS products. His prior experience while working at Salesforce and Oracle doing similar work makes him uniquely qualified to help customers in their Digital Transformation journey.

    6:00pm to 6:30pm - Pizza and Networking
    6:30pm to 8:30pm - Presentation

    The meeting is sponsored by Data Ignite LLC.
  • Dashboard in an Hour Workshop!

    Would you like to get started with Power BI? Join us on Thursday, 6/21/2018, for a hands on workshop to build a Dashboard in an Hour.
    Bring your own machine!
    Attendees will build their own dashboard in an hour while exploring the capabilities of Power BI. Please bring your own machines to use the free web version of Power BI or the free desktop client. We will walk through details instructions on how to build a dashboard. Attendees are free to keep the materials in this session to share with their organizations.

    Location: Microsoft Office, 11 Times Square, NY, NY.

    Our sponsor for the workshop is Data https://www.meetup.com/NY-NJ-Power-BI-Meetup/events/251656629/Ignite LLC.

    6:00pm to 6:30pm - Networking and Pizza
    6:30pm to 8:00pm - Updates and Workshop

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