Best Practice in Creating Data Visualizations and Dashboards (1 day)


  • February 21, 2019
    9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Description: Poorly designed visualizations (graphs, reports, charts, slides etc.) can lead to confusion and in the worst case erroneous business decisions. End users are constantly seeking the best ways to understand the data behind the data. The most effective way to help end users is by making it visual for them. This course is aimed (more…)

Best Practice in Creating Data Visualizations and Dashboards (1 day)


  • February 7, 2019
    9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Description: Poorly designed visualizations (graphs, reports, charts, slides etc.) can lead to confusion and in the worst case erroneous business decisions. End users are constantly seeking the best ways to understand the data behind the data. The most effective way to help end users is by making it visual for them. This course is aimed (more…)

Beyond the Basics – Getting the most out of Power BI (1 day)


  • March 14, 2019
    9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Description: This course is aimed at taking participants past their first chart creation in Power BI and to shortcut the user to some relatively sophisticated visualizations that are not technically difficult to create. Who should attend: For those people who have used Power BI and are moving beyond the creation of their first charts. Also (more…)

Best Practice in Creating Data Visualizations and Dashboards (1 day)


  • January 24, 2019
    9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Description: Poorly designed visualizations (graphs, reports, charts, slides etc.) can lead to confusion and in the worst case erroneous business decisions. End users are constantly seeking the best ways to understand the data behind the data. The most effective way to help end users is by making it visual for them. This course is aimed (more…)

Beyond the Basics – Getting the most out of Power BI (1 day)


  • February 14, 2019
    9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Description: This course is aimed at taking participants past their first chart creation in Power BI and to shortcut the user to some relatively sophisticated visualizations that are not technically difficult to create. Who should attend: For those people who have used Power BI and are moving beyond the creation of their first charts. Also (more…)

Best Practice in Creating Data Visualizations and Dashboards (1 day)


  • January 10, 2019
    9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Description: Poorly designed visualizations (graphs, reports, charts, slides etc.) can lead to confusion and in the worst case erroneous business decisions. End users are constantly seeking the best ways to understand the data behind the data. The most effective way to help end users is by making it visual for them. This course is aimed (more…)

Introduction to Power BI (1 day)


  • January 17, 2019
    9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Description: This course is aimed at taking participants through the initial stages of inputting data and creating their first interactive charts, reports and visualizations. It is a foundation course for “Beyond the Basics – Getting the most out of Power BI”. (more…)

GOC Power BI tips #4 – Automatic translation from a date column to a French date

In this post we will look at taking a regular date column and turning it into a French Translated date. You should have worked through the previous posts as we will be using the pbix file that was created in GOC… Read moreGOC Power BI tips #4 – Automatic translation from a date column to a French date

GOC Power BI tips #3 – Automatic translation from an English to a French Month

So this is a “stepping stone”  post that will take us to the next blog in which will create a French Date column that is automatically translated from a regular date column. Even though this is an interim step, having… Read moreGOC Power BI tips #3 – Automatic translation from an English to a French Month

GOC Power BI tips #2 – Automatic creation of Fiscal Month and Period Calculated Columns

So following on from our last post where we took a regular date column and converted it into a GOC fiscal year, in this post we are going to automatically create GOC quarters (Qtr 1 = Apr-Jun, Qtr 2 =… Read moreGOC Power BI tips #2 – Automatic creation of Fiscal Month and Period Calculated Columns