Universal color schema & data visualization My son Leon, age 5, knows that in the grocery shop some cereals can have a "grade" - from letter A (green) to letter E (red) - and he knows that green is good and red is bad. This exists in some European countries and it is called NutriScore. … Continue reading Chips, as healthy as raw cashews – NutriScore & the implications of single indicators
Now, the blog was inactive for over two years, but it is coming back to life! Lots of changes on the personal side (moving to a new country, a new language and a baby, among other things). Many times I was about to post something and then life stopped me. The problem There was a … Continue reading Coming back to life* – and counting empty columns
Often, friends & colleagues ask me about learning Power BI and the best sources to do that. Below is my answer Updated: 31/10/2019 I use several channels: on Twitter (I'm @Vitali_Burlathere) and LinkedIn I follow Marc Reguera, Amir Netz, Matthew Roche, Patrick Le Blank, Adam Saxton, Daniil Maslyk (who frequently teases info about upcoming features), David Eldersveld, Gil Raviv, Matt Allington, … Continue reading How to Learn Power BI?