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UI Design and Neumorphism in Power BI

Designing great user interfaces in Power BI is one way to increase use and adoption. Anything that makes the experience more intuitive or enjoyable might be the difference between all your hard work on a backend model seeing the light of day vs. sitting on the shelf. In this post, we walk through an example showing how to implement a recent trend in Web UI design (Neumorphism) in Power BI reports.

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How To Add Start & End Labels in Power BI

A minimalistic approach to line chart labeling allows for quicker insights and data to stand out in a visualization. Learn how to extend out-of-the-box line chart labeling in Power BI using DAX and combo charts.

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Sliced Aggregates in Power BI

Different modeling approaches can speed up performance of your Power BI dataset - albeit with the tradeoff of additional complexity. One situation is where users need to access a very large dataset, but typically apply the same set of filters - resulting in a small subset of rows meeting the needs of most queries. A sliced aggregate approach (implemented in the data model + DAX) can be used to make your models performant where they need to be, but still allow the full range of reporting.

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