Here I will describe how to buy a brand new SKU, namely the Power BI Premium Per User Add-on. This SKU can be used to upgrade existing Power BI Pro licenses, either if you purchased a Pro license separately or together with an M365 E5 subscription, if you want to unlock new capabilities. The purchase is rather simple, just go to the M365 Admin portal purchase the necessary number of licenses and assign the Add-on to existing users that already have a Power BI Pro license assigned. BE AWARE (1),...
This blog is about one visualization task. In particular, this task is called part-to-whole. Effective visualizations will reveal the contribution of a single item to the whole, as Claus Dieter Wilke calls this in his book "Fundamentals of Data Visualization": "… visualizing proportions … as part of the total." and how this task can be solved using Power BI, now and even more important in the future.
I tend to create tables using M or a combination of point-and-click and M, because these tables are treated as base tables if the model is refreshed and for this reason these tables will benefit from all the compression magic, whereas tables created using DAX are not that well compressed.
One of the most exciting things about being a Power BI service administrator is watching what's going on inside the service. This blog starts a series of articles on how to create your own Service Monitoring application using Power BI.