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    Good evening everyone, I would like to create a map visualization on Power BI using a Map, and add more than a variable on the Map. (Example, want to show customers, suppliers and employees on US map). In other words, want to create multiple layers ...

  • I just found another resource, specifically for the Power Query Editor. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/home?category=powerbi&filter=alltypes&sort=lastpostdesc ------------------------------ Jessica Jolly ALT-Enter, LLC 312/617-9134 ...

  • Interesting! I do find that it seems that the bulk of the questions asked/answered on the Dynamic Communities Exchange platform are related to DAX.  But that's just my anecdotal view, not a scientific study. I think that as a newbie, it is hard to find ...

  • Hi @Jessica Jolly , I agree with you that the dynamic community is great place to get help. With that being said, I think he mentioned only the official Power BI sites/blogs which is managed by MS itself. To be honest, I have happened to find more ...

  • I hope you are all having a great fall. Chicago had its' first snowstorm on Halloween, but thankfully I wasn't here to "enjoy" it.  As some of you may have noticed, I am a huge fan of "Guy in a Cube", the video series on YouTube hosted by Adam Saxton ...

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  • Collab365 Excel and Power BI Virtual Event

    Were you unable to go to the Power Platform Summit? Or the  Microsoft Business Applications Summit? Well here's some good news: you can attend a wonderful event without leaving your office (or home office). 
    I will be delivering a session on how to use the Power Query Editor in both Excel and Power BI. There will be lots of other great content as well. Don't miss out!
  • Creating a data-centered culture for ALL

    One of the things I love most about Power BI is that it is truly a democratic tool. You don't have to have an expensive license or a special degree to learn how to analyze and share your data to gain new insights. 
    Power BI has always been positioned as a data tool for all. In preparation for Ignite (the big annual Microsoft show in Orlando), the Power BI blog doubles down on the data for all concept.

    Does "data culture for all" not ring your bell? How about information security and governance? That's almost always going to get people's attention. 

    Either way, check out the blog post here.

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