Power BI is like the Swiss Army knife of business intelligence.
Need to create an amazing-looking 3D display of your geographic data? Use Power BI’s Power Map feature. Want to mash up your company’s data with external data sets? Fire up Power BI’s Power Query tool. I’m not sure what the Excel equivalent of those tiny scissors that look silly but are actually super useful would be, but I’m pretty sure it’s in there.
No gross reusable toothpicks, though.
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