Microsoft has emerged as the leader in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms, repeating last years achievements. The quadrant essentially entails a graph that measures a company ‘ability to execute’ versus its ‘completeness of vision’ Microsoft has credited its Power BI service for the recognition, and say; We’re humbled by […]
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A graphic of the range of data sources that can connect to Microsoft Power BI. Correct as of 1st feb 2017.
An infographics of the available Microsoft Power BI visualisations;
It’s possible to connect your Power BI Desktop to a great number of sources, via the ‘Get Data’ button. Possible data sources include, but are not limited to; Excel Spreadsheets CSV Files XML Files Text Files SQL Server Databases Access Databases MySQL Databases Oracle Databases Dynamics 365 Sharepoint GitHub Google Analytics Quickbooks Facebook Pages Stripe […]
PowerBI.tips has some very interesting tips to help you get the best out of the software. The site has only been around since March 2016, and is run by a Mike Carlo, who states that the blog is dedicated to learning and developing visualizations for PowerBI desktop, PowerBI.com and for data modeling in excel. Check […]