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Data Adventures

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.

I live and work in Canada - see my profile on LinkedIn.

Archives: July 2018

ArcGIS Maps for Power BI: Plus subscription (2nd part); What's in it for me?

(2018-July-29) My initial attempt to explore and test the ArcGIS Map paid version continued after receiving a response from the ESRI support team. Initially, I couldn't see all the additional features of the Plus subscription and I wrote about that in my last blog post - ArcGIS Maps for Power…

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1 comments, 137 reads

Posted in Data Adventures on 29 July 2018

ArcGIS Maps for Power BI: Free vs. Paid version

(2018-July-25) I like the ESRI company slogan, "The Science of Where". Hopefully, it will help someone not to get lost in the myriads of geo points on their maps. 

Working with ArcGIS map visualization in Power BI, you always hit that notification point that tells you about more features available in the…

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3 comments, 2,071 reads

Posted in Data Adventures on 25 July 2018

SQL Server data flow into Excel template with Power Query function-based parameter

(2018-July-15) Your case is to create an Excel template with data extracted from a backend SQL Server database; it takes a few minutes and Power Query is a very handy tool to connect/shape and extract your data into a worksheet format. What if you need to create multiple files where…

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1 comments, 2,052 reads

Posted in Data Adventures on 15 July 2018