Dashboard

5 reasons why Microsoft became Gartner’s market leader for BI

5 reasons why Microsoft became Gartner’s market leader for BI

An important decision to make when developing interactive dashboards is which software to choose from the vast number available. The decision is significant because each tool has its own benefits and constraints that influence the quality of the product you are creating.

Here, I wish to outline 5 key strengths of Power BI that make it stand out from the alternatives.

8 insights from the SDR 2017-18 Dashboard

8 insights from the SDR 2017-18 Dashboard

Following the release of the latest Statistical Data Return (SDR), we put together a Power BI dashboard for users to explore. The dashboard presents information about PRP ownership of stock, including property counts, types of stock, geographic location (region and local authority) and average rents.

Here are 8 insights presented by the dashboard that we found interesting:

What is a Dashboard?

What is a Dashboard?

After data has been collected, manipulated and analysed, the following step in the data science process is to communicate the findings. Typically, this would involve writing a report, giving a presentation, or designing an infographic. While these are perfectly reasonable solutions, we believe that the dashboard is one of the most effective ways of communicating data in business.