Last month we put out the call for spooky-themed submissions — along with other topics that interest you — to the Data Stories Gallery, and we got some fantastic entries! Congratulations to the grand winner and six runners-up.
- Greg Deckler – Ohio Primary and Secondary Education Performance
Greg's report is an excellent use of Power BI and tells an interesting story.
Four other reports will also be officially marked as a Featured story. Congratulations to the following submitters (in no particular order):
- David Eldersveld – Power BI See'n'Say
- Bhavesh Patel – Road Accidents Analysis 2006-2016 Victoria, Australia
- Nicolò Grando – Film Analytics
- Tristan Malherbe – Incredible Lionel Messi
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 "custom visuals": show us a great data story using your own custom visuals or those in our Visuals Gallery.