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Hello <<First Name>>,

We are heading towards the end of the year and November was a big month in Power BI. The preview of anomaly detection looks promising along with the zoom slider. The big update coming this month though is composite models, allowing us to combine DirectQuery with import data. This will be a game-changer. Until then I hope you enjoy these monthly updates.

Warren Dean

 

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I believe if you work in Australian Government you NEED to understand the who you work for. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has a fantastic tool to extract data from the Australian Census. Check out this short demo to show you how easy it is over on YouTube.

 

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If you haven't heard of Guy in a Cube they are from Microsoft and provide weekly videos to help you master business intelligence on the Microsoft stack on YouTube! I managed to get a mention for my recent showcase of ArcGIS and Mapbox in Power BI. Check out the Guy in a Cube wrap up here: Link

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Anomaly detection
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Anomaly detection is an exciting preview feature released in November. It helps you enhance your line charts by automatically detecting anomalies in your time series data. It also provides explanations for the anomalies to help with root cause analysis. With just a couple of clicks, you can easily find insights without having to slice and dice the data. Check out the Microsoft blog here.

Anomaly detection in action

 

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