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Custom Power BI filter pane with hide/show feature

Having as much possible Power BI estate when it comes to putting the visuals for data exploration, is everyone’s dream. But the slicers for “slicing and dicing” the data is also very important. Having all the slicers hidden has always

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Advent of Code 2019 challenge with R

I have decided to tackle this year’s Advent Of Code using R (more or less). I know there are more preferred languages, such as Python, C#, Java, JavaScript, Go, Kotlin, C++, Elixir, but it was worth trying. Into the 8th

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November 2019 update and decomposition tree

I am super excited about all the new features that November 2019 update brought to Power BI Desktop. Complete list is here. Great new visual for all the data analysts is: decomposition tree. To enable the decomposition tree, navigate to

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Using Python with Microsoft Reporting Services (SSRS)

Using Python with SQL Server 2017 SSRS should not be an obstacle, since the framework and the technology is the same as with R language. With SQL Server 2017, Python got a full and functional support for native SSRS. The

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Real-time data visualization using R and data extracting from SQL Server

In the previous post, I have showed how to visualize near real-time data using Python and Dash module.  And it is time to see one of the many ways, how to do it in R. This time, I will not

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Real-time data visualization with SQL Server and Python Dash

The need for visualizing the real-time data (or near-real time) has been and still is a very important daily driver for many businesses. Microsoft SQL Server has many capabilities to visualize streaming data and this time, I will tackle this

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Using R in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)

SQL Server Reporting services (SSRS) is an outstanding tool for creating, deploying and managing paginated, mobile, KPI reports as well as Power BI reports. Tool provides simple way to share and get data insights in your corporate environment. (Photo source:

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