Temperature Data in Power BI

Temperature Data in Power BI

I recently came into possession of a dataset of weather data from a friend of mine. Just as I am one of those normal friends who get’s thrilled when presented with 1,2 million rows of raw temperature data, so is he a very normal friend who gets thrilled by setting up home made temperature sensors…

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Backlog sample

Backlog sample

I recently made a backlog in a report for a customer and figured that this is the kind of stuff the internet could make use of too! I’ve created a sample PBIX-file for anyone to download and copy coding samples from to save some time when creating your backlog or to learn from. The sample…

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Shipment Example using SUMX

Shipment Example using SUMX

I recently set up a Github repository for my digital Give aways and I figured this would also be a good place to store a sample file for a DAX formula I recently was using in a customer report and then a colleague said “Hey this would be great to save so that we can…

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Groups in Power BI

Groups in Power BI

Ever heard that less is more? You can’t see the forest due to all the trees? This happens in Power BI all the time and fortunately there is this great solution called grouping! This is a short post about the feature and 2 examples where I like to use grouping; Time and Space! Let’s start…

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The Pareto table in Power BI

The Pareto table in Power BI

How do we determine priorities? Let’s assume the role of an incident manager or someone in charge of damage control of any sort. How do you determine where to focus your finite resources? We would like to do everything of course, but that is extremely rarely possible. So where do we start? One very common…

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Sick Leave – PowerApp give away

Sick Leave – PowerApp give away

Some time ago, me and my colleagues did a hackaton in the Power Platform, building an App in PowerApps to handle sick leave. The idea is simple. You find yourself suboptimal, as Nathan W Pyle would have put it, and it’s time to inform your colleagues of your absences in the upcoming days. My new…

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Soft value calculation – Coffee complaining

Soft value calculation – Coffee complaining

Ancient business Mythology tells a legend of a CFO who once asked: “What if we invest in our employees and they leave us” to which the CEO responded “What if we don’t and they stay?”. Read this blog about how all this relate to coffee.