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Power BI license to access Power BI Dashboard

This short article is showing you what are the license you really need when accessing to a Dashboard that is shared by Power BI. Many vendors will be telling you anyone can access to Power BI shared dashboard, or you … Continue reading

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Microsoft Power BI vs Qlik vs Tableau 2017

Gartner 2017 reports shows Tableau, Qlik, and Microsoft are the leader in Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms. The full Gartner url is at the bottom. The Gartner link will be expired in sometime later, that was my experience with Gartner … Continue reading

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Microsoft Power BI vs Qlik vs Tableau

Gartner 2016 reports shows Tableau, Qlik, and Microsoft are the leader in Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms. The full Gartner url is at the bottom. The Gartner link will be broken in sometime later, that was my experience with Gartner … Continue reading

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Your data gateway (Power BI- personal) is offline

This short blog shows you one of the possible reasons to resolve the error Your data gateway (Power BI- personal) is offline. You have configured the Power BI Data Gateway from the portal and saying Connection Successful. Somehow when you … Continue reading

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How to Split Date Column using Power Query

This short article shows you now to Split Date Column using Power Query. This short article also assumed you already know Power Query. This article assumed you already know the basic of Power Query. If you have a Date / … Continue reading

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How to download and install Power BI

This short writing shows you where to get Power BI Desktop. 1.      Go to Powerbi.com 2.      Click Products then choose Power BI Desktop.   3.      Click on Download.   4.      Run the file that you just downloaded.

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