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The Portland Power BI User Group (PUG) is a community of people excited about the business analytics tool, Power BI. We believe the platform offers rich possibilities, and we keep pace by sharing our learning and doing deep-dive explorations of topics. We run the gamut from new to experienced users and welcome anyone who shares an interest in data analytics.

Some great perks to joining our monthly meetups are networking, knowledge transfer, and community building. We aim to foster a vibrant community that shares success in implementing best practices for Power BI. Complimentary pizza, beer, and refreshments are served at every meetup.

The Portland PUG is globally known throughout the PUG community to have started the Global Power BI Hackathon. Below is the link to see our Hackathon Team entries for 2018 and the winning results.
Global Power BI Hackathon (Portland PUG) 2018 Results: Click Here

Latest Discussion Posts

  • Lawrence Corr will be presenting an hour session at the Portland WhereScape User Group meetup in October. Details below!

  • So I built a simplified Example dataset with the relevant calculated columns and measures.  The filtering seems to work.  But I'm stuck with a new conundrum:  I have holes in my data.  I need to show a histogram of hours at which systems fail, but not ...

  • I would look at adding an event date and time and also giving the severity a value (1= really bad, 2 = bad, etc) and using this to rank and use the "Earlier" function in DAX. This article might help - https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/First-Date-in-Group/td-p/131520 ...

  • I'm trying to build a DAX calculated column that can dynamically identify the first failure each unit in a population has experienced.  For example:  Say I have 5 units A, B, C, D & E.  Thee units A, B & C experience nine total failures in three categories; ...

  • Hi Portland User Group Members, Did you know the   Power BI World Tour   is coming to your backyard in October? Join your local Power BI Experts and Peers for the 2018 Power BI World Tour making a stop in Seattle on October 29 - 30. Whether you are ...

  • It's been a few weeks, so you may have found another solution already. If so, please share! As for the plot--I've run into something similar before, and it looks to me like you're missing a group grouping variable for your ridge plot.  Make sure you ...

  • At Central City Concern, an innovative nonprofit in Portland, OR, we're looking for a talented data analyst to join our team! We're using data to change the way we solve problems like ending homelessness, connecting people with jobs, caring for people ...

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  • Portland PUG Details

    Welcome!
    Be sure to bookmark www.pbiusergroup.com/portland for quick & easy access to our user group!

    User Group Leader: Gregory Petrossian - click here to contact me

    CSG Pro

    The community was established in March 2015 by CSG Pro, a local business intelligence & analytics consulting firm. CSG Pro builds relationships with organizations to deliver data-driven business transformation via custom software development, data warehousing, and analytics solutions.
    Email: contactus@csgpro.com
    Link: CSG Pro Homepage

    YouTube
    CSG Pro is committed to providing support to the greater Power BI community through YouTube. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay up to date with free Power BI tips and tricks videos we submit.
    Link: CSG Pro YouTube

    Sponsor
    Food and beverage is sponsored by Lexicon Solutions. Lexicon Solutions is a Portland based IT Staffing firm that has a passion for finding talented people in the IT field and connecting them with companies that are a strong cultural and technical fit.
    Link: Lexicon Solutions Homepage

    Partner User Groups
    Oregon SQL - provides opportunities for SQL Server developers, .NET and other developers accessing SQL Servers, SQL Server administrators, and Business Intelligence professionals to meet and discuss SQL Server technologies that are of specific interest to the developer community. Discussion topics include ‘Best Practices’, T-SQL code, Query Optimization, Reporting, ETL, Indexing, and new (as well as undiscovered ‘old’) features.
    Link: Oregon SQL Homepage

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