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What is a Power BI dashboard?

A Power BI dashboard is a single page that tells a visual story of your data. Dashboards are an interactive way to measure and monitor important metrics in your business. A secure, cloud-based platform allows you to create and view your data through these visual dashboards at the touch of just a button.

How to create a Power BI Dashboard

Building a dashboard is easy and can be done in 4 simple steps. It is a simple and effective way to bring data together to gain insight into key areas of your business and where developments can be made.

1 Choose your
data
2 Connect data sources
3 Build the dashboard
4 Analyse your
data
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Power BI dashboard examples

Some examples of where you can use them in your business include:

  • HR
  • CRM
  • Finance
  • Marketing Insights
  • Stock Control
  • Performance

As you can see, Power BI dashboard development can be used across various organisations and sectors. We know that in todays world, healthcare organisations are producing and storing more data than ever before.

Through creating Power BI dashboard examples, we have identified how it can help sales teams, physicians, executives, administrators, and others to make sense of the mountain of data available to them.

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Power BI Dashboard Examples

Explore some of the other dashboard examples we’ve created to demonstrate the power of having high-quality data to use across your organisation.

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World Statistics Day

Our World Statistics Day Power BI dashboard showcases the Power Platform Google search trends from 2004 to now, across the US, UK, Germany & Denmark. Although Power BI has dominated over the years, you’ll see that Power Automate search terms are on the rise.

Take a look at the dashboard here

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World Population dashboard

The World Population dashboard development allows you to interrogate world population data – breaking it down by continent and country, male & female split, and how the population trend is changing over time. Discover more insights on specific country by using the hover-over drill throughs on the world map. A perfect example of how Power BI allows you to do so much more with data.

Take a look at the dashboard here

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Global emissions dashboard

With global greenhouse gas emissions rising and the UN calling for dramatic systematic change, we decided to bring all the scattered data into one place. This dashboard provides insight about the global impact of three major greenhouse gases, which countries have lowered their emissions the most in the last 10 years and which industries are responsible for emitting the most gases.

Take a look at the dashboard here

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May 4th Dashboard

You can never have too much data… even data on some of your favourite films. This interactive Power BI dashboard will provide data on which films had the biggest budgets, critics’ approval winners, facts about your most-loved characters and even which starships had the biggest hyperdrive (and crew).

Take a look at the dashboard here

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Vaccination Dashboard

This is a perfect example of how Power BI comes into its own for certain topical things, in this case it was the Covid dashboard. This easy-to-view Power BI dashboard development provides a top-down view of most vaccinated areas in the UK alongside additional filters enabling you to check the progress of vaccinations in your local area. It is also capable of comparing the UK’s progress with the rest of the world.

Take a look at the dashboard here

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Power BI Dashboard Vs Report

So what is the difference between a Power BI dashboard vs a report? A dashboard is a single page consisting of key information collected and combined across different reports and their datasets and facts.

A Power BI report, on the other hand, is a set of multiple pages combining different datasets that represent different findings and insights, and different pages are available to view the report data.