I use PowerBi a lot for simple test and pocs. I get up to speed with ease regarding the reports and charts I want to show.
But what about sharing these reports with others, how can others get access to my charts? And can I integrate these charts in a regular site?
Let’s look at the current possibilities at report level and at dashboard level.
Doorgaan met het lezen van “Share and integrate PowerBI reports in websites”
PowerBI is my favorite tool for simple visualizations of telemetry. It’s pretty easy, fast and it integrates so well with StreamAnalytics.
Next to a lot of chart types, it also supports maps. There are actually two kinds op maps:
- Map (Location, Legend, Latitude, Longitude, Size, Color Saturation, Tooltips)
- Filled Map (Location, Legend, Latitude, Longitude, Color Saturation, Tooltips)
The first chart shows a map with devices represented as circles, big and small ones, depending on a value passed. The second one is more into coloring parts on the map: a state, a country, a city.
The first map supports using latitude/longitude or showing the location using geocoding (passing a Location like ‘Eindhoven’). The second chart only supports geocoding.
In this blog, we will pass a latitude and longitude.
Doorgaan met het lezen van “PowerBI knows how to map devices in a chart”
PowerBI in the browser is an easy and fast reporting service which is a great addition to Azure IoT. In just minutes you can build charts and dashboards.
I demonstrated this in part 3 of this series of blogs about implementing IoT in Azure.
But I was missing the ‘sliding behaviour’, the charts I created showed all telemetry. And with all I mean from the very first telemetry passed to the latest one.
In this blog, I will show you how to tweak the dashboard a little bit to get that real-time behaviour of showing only the data of the past hour, day or 10 minutes.
Doorgaan met het lezen van “PowerBI showing telemetry of past ten minutes, always!”