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This group is founded for all UK Microsoft BI specialists to share and gain knowledge and insight of Microsoft Power BI.

Keeping true to our mission of advancing awareness and knowledge of Microsoft Power BI, we monitor all submissions to the group and will only accept conversations related to the industry. We can learn from each other through constructive and insightful discussions.

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Upcoming events (2)

Data Visualization with Power BI With James Andrew

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Join our Microsoft Power BI - UK User Group for our webinar in association with Onyx Data (onyxdata.co.uk).

This session we are excited to announce our host Leon Gordon will be introducing James Andrew.

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Session Abstract -

Data Visualization Principles & Literature
- How does this relate to Power BI?
- Choosing the right Chart
- Giving your Data a voice
- Conditional Formatting, DAX & UNICHAR icons
- Working with JSON Files

Biography

James Andrew is a Professional Business Intelligence Analyst & Content creator, based in Scotland, UK. Originally getting hooked on Power BI through Supply Chain Projects within the Oil & Gas Industry, he decided to pursue his newfound love of Power BI, Python, SQL & all things data. James is also the founder of Matador Software, where he creates YouTube tutorials- focusing on Data Analysis & Business Intelligence. His Power BI Quick Tips playlist alone has 34 videos, ranging from DAX Heatmaps, to Conditional Icons, Power Query, Power Automate, Dynamic elements, Timestamps and everything in between! James is exceptionally passionate about making the Data & Business Intelligence Industry open to all and is looking forward to showcasing valuable techniques.
Social Media / Website Links
YouTube- https://youtube.com/c/MatadorSoftware
LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/ja376

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Power BI Themes With Adam Aspin

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This session we are excited to announce our host Leon Gordon will be introducing Adam Aspin.

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Session Abstract

Learn to save huge amounts of time by constructing JSON theme files to standardize and accelerate the formatting of Power BI dashboards. Discover how to create detailed, generic and cascading theme definitions tailored to each report style.

Biography

Adam Aspin is an independent Business Intelligence consultant based in the United Kingdom. He has worked with SQL Server for over 25 years, and now focuses on the Power BI ecosystem. During this time, he has developed several dozen BI and analytics systems based on the Microsoft Data Platform. Adam has been creating JSON theme files since the feature was first introduced in Power BI Desktop, and has delivered corporate Power BI themes for dozens of clients across Europe.

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