Last month we put out the call for education-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.
- Fabian Heidenstecker – 7th Generation Video Games
Fabian's report was well-designed, told a unique story, and displayed a great use of Power BI.
Seven other reports will also be officially marked as a Featured story. Congratulations to the following submitters (in no particular order):
- Gilbert Quevauvilliers – Create Dynamic Periods for Fiscal or Calendar Dates and Dynamic Month Names for Charts
- Mike Kremer – Project Work and Cost Trend
- Gil Raviv – Clinton vs. Drumpf – Opponent Mentions & Facebook Sentiment Analysis
- Tobias Owen – Robot Wars – Social Media Analysis
- Marian Hanganu – EU Gender Equality
- Daniel Hale – Worst Power BI Report… Ever
- Sam Lester – Create your personalized Twitter Analytics Dashboard in Power BI in 10 minutes!
Sam's submission is also the winner of the Power BI Birthday Block Party competition, which means he'll be receiving a Super Prize Pack!
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 "mystery": show us your best data story about haunted houses, Sasquatch sightings, and other spooky data!