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My personal journey in an intricate world of data and continuous effort to make it more structured and well understood can be found in this blog.

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Archives: February 2018

Power BI with different Network Visualizations

(2018-Feb-10) A few days ago Microsoft provided another update for its desktop version of the Power BI data analytical tool - https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/power-bi-desktop-february-2018-feature-summary/. Among all the major updates in this release, there was one new custom network visualization added by ZoomCharts. It wasn't the first network visualization available in the Power…

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Posted in Data Adventures on 10 February 2018

Power BI with Azure Data Lake - where the water doesn't run dry

(2018-Feb-04) I've had a case working with very large data files as a source for my heat map visualizations in Power BI, where the main file was slightly above 600 MB - http://datanrg.blogspot.com/2018/01/when-its-cold-outside-perhaps-power-bi.html. Not a big deal when you have only a few such data files that you can directly be…

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Posted in Data Adventures on 4 February 2018