By Michele Hart
Sunday, September 3, 2017
Power BI quickly searches different subsets of your dataset while applying a set of sophisticated algorithms to discover potentially-interesting insights. Power BI scans as much of a dataset as possible in an allotted amount of time.
You can run Quick Insights against a dataset or tile (Related Insights).
These are some of the algorithms we use:
Highlights cases where, for a measure in the model, one or two members of a dimension have much larger values than other members of the dimension.
Highlights when there are significant changes in trends in a time series of data.
Detects cases where multiple measures show a correlation between each other when plotted against a dimension in the dataset.
Detects cases where data points are not far from the mean.
Finds cases where a majority of a total value can be attributed to a single factor when broken down by another dimension.
Detects upward or downward trends in time series data.
Finds periodic patterns in time series data, such as weekly, monthly, or yearly seasonality.
Highlights cases where there is a parent-child correlation between the share of a child value in relation to the overall value of the parent across a continuous variable.
For data across a time series, detects when there are specific dates or times with values significantly different than the other date/time values.
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