Use SVG Images in Power BI: Part 1

In my recent BlueGranite post on Bookmarks, I demonstrated how you can employ Power BI’s HTML Viewer custom visual for data-driven images. In a series of two posts on the DataVeld blog, I’ll demonstrate additional ways to use the HTML Viewer with dynamic, vector-based images: Part 1 (this post) – How to use and modify SVG…

New Map Styles in Power BI

The Power BI team recently added additional map styles for the Map and Filled Map that make them a more attractive option for data visualization. Alongside the Road and the Aerial themes, Power BI now has options for Light, Dark, and Grayscale. What do these options add, and why should you care? As I have…

Using DAX to Normalize Data in Power BI

A challenge to which I infrequently return is attempting to create various “new” chart types using only Power BI’s native visuals. For example, I have tried to replicate a Horizon chart and Slopegraph in Power BI without the use of custom visuals. In many cases, we can use DAX, selective filtering, or other tricks to…