# Month: April 2022

## 2022 Week 17 | Power BI : Create a Custom Theme

Introduction Welcome back to color month! It’s our 4th color-focused challenge and in stark contrast to Kerry’s week 14 challenge, we’re using loads of bright colors! This week we’re creating a custom theme using the color palette of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. This challenge was inspired by a Makeover Monday challenge – take a look …

## #WOW2022 | Week 17 | Can you switch between KPIs?

Introduction This week’s challenge is inspired by a Makeover Monday I did a couple years ago, which was inspired by Lindsey Poulter‘s Set Actions workbook. But rather than use the same soccer data, I’m continuing to celebrate the start of baseball season by comparing two Major League Baseball greats.  The overall challenge here is to …

## #WOW2022 | 16 | Can you make a Hexbin Map?

One of the forgotten functions of Tableau is the hexbin functions

## 2022 W16 | Power BI : Quadrant Plot with Jitter

Introduction Your challenge this week is to create a Quadrant Plot. It should include different colors in each quadrant and the points should be jittered to try and reduce data overlap. Please note, that it is not expected to create the quadrants, quadrant lines, and color change by selecting any individual data point (if someone figures out how …

## 2022 Week 15 | Power BI: March Madness

Introduction For basketball fans in the United States, March is a special time.  It is when 64 of the best college basketball teams match up in a single elimination tournament to see who is the NCAA Men’s Basketball champion.  The early rounds of the tournament provide long days of basketball games across several TV stations.  …

## #WOW2022 | Week 15 | Filter Challenge

Introduction I’ve heard last week’s challenge was a tough one, but it was great to see so many people participating and learning from it! My challenge this week was inspired by a colleague at work. Without revealing too much, it has been designed to test your understanding of how filters work in Tableau, based on …

## 2022 Week 14 | Power BI: Create an achromatic report

Introduction April is colour month for Power BI Workout Wednesday 2022. First up we are going to try our hand at creating reports WITHOUT hue. Using a file from a previous challenge, can you create an achromatic report that uses contrast and lightness effectively? There will be some creative freedom involved in this challenge, no …

## 2022 – Week 14: Can you track headcount?

Introduction This week we are looking at HR headcount data. Headcount data can sometimes seem straightforward to work with, but sometimes the reporting rules can be a bit complicated–particularly with large organizations. This week you will attempt to measure the headcount of a large organization using data from the Real World Fake Data project by …

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