A well-crafted map draws in viewers with a blend of visual appeal and understandable content. As with any visual, you should put careful thought into how you represent locations in Power BI so that your users gain more insight into the data. Simply making maps is not enough if users cannot comprehend them.
With a Business Intelligence tool, you do not have access to every bell and whistle that a professional GIS (Geographic Information System) program offers. For a general business audience, however, Power BI has several ways to easily craft maps that work well for common use, which we explore in this whitepaper.
Here are some insightful blog posts from the BlueGranite team surrounding Power BI, data visualization, modern reporting, and more.
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This sample report displays the results of a real-world, predictive analytics and machine learning scenario within a healthcare organization. Departments will use this report to understand employee flight risk data and to uncover patterns at both a high level and a detailed, employee population level.
Due to Power BI capabilities growing to an all-time high, it can be a challenge to keep up with new visual components, create compelling dashboards, and truly own your data. Without regular training and practice with new features, Power BI's versatility can sometimes cause confusion among teams and leave users wanting additional guidance.
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