Last month we put out the call for submissions using free public datasets — along with other topics that interest you — for the Data Stories Gallery, and we got some fantastic entries! Congratulations to the grand winner and runners-up.
- Patrick Kerrin – US and Canadian Strong & Violent Tornadoes, 1980-2009
Patrick's report packs a lot of information on each page, without being cluttered or losing focus on the story.
Five other report authors will also have their reports marked as Featured. Congratulations to the following submitters (in no particular order):
- Community member "Amelevi" – Plane Crash 1997-2016
- The Microsoft Office Team – Mastering Your Productivity in 2017 Survey by Levo and Microsoft Office
- Marek Matuszewski – UK London Crimes (2012-2016)
- Scott Adams – UK Public Sector Local & Regional Government
- Frederik Vandeputte – Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms in Power BI
Submit your story
Want to see your work become a Featured story? Post it to the Data Stories Gallery, and then tweet a link with the hashtags #powerbi #datastory. At the end of each month we’ll review all tweeted stories, and choose several to become featured. Featured stories will be selected for telling a compelling story, being original and creative, and effectively using Power BI.
The author of the story that we pick as the grand winner each month will win a Power BI t-shirt and a badge of recognition for their Community profile. The inspiration topic for this month is: mapping! We want to see your best reports that involve maps and geographic data. (If you haven't tried the newest ArcGIS maps features yet, now's your chance!)