Recorded March 2018
There are several options available in Microsoft Power BI to visualize and build reports with geographic data. A well-crafted map will help you to draw report consumers in with visual appeal and understandable content. As with any visual, you should put thought into how you represent locations in Microsoft Power BI so that your users gain more insight into the data. Simply making maps is not enough if users cannot comprehend them.
With rapid increases in the ability to track, store, and access data, many organizations have a wealth of geospatial data available to them. In BlueGranite's recent webinar, we discussed several data mapping options, explored custom visuals, and demonstrated key use cases for your organization.
Check out the recording below:
Want to learn more? Download our free Power BI Maps Whitepaper for additional examples, best practices, and help with data visualization.
David Eldersveld, Senior Consultant
David is a Microsoft MVP who has employed skills in technology development, data integration, data analysis, and systems analysis for over ten years. David enjoys building BI and advanced analytics solutions with technologies such as SQL Server, Microsoft R, and Power BI. He is active in various technical communities. In addition to blogging for BlueGranite, he also writes at www.dataveld.com.