02-24-2016 07:34 AM - last edited 08-09-2016 16:34 PM
While illustrating the capacities of Microsoft Power BI this report shows the global wealth distribution and points out the huge income gaps within and outside countries and regions around the globe. Measures, calculated columns, reciprocal totals, nested joins and other fun stuff is integrated in this report.
Using the Power BI report, the end user can make use of this self-serviced BI tool and dig into the detail of this meaningful dataset.
The data sources are:
Opensource CreditSuisse Wealth Report 2016: https://www.credit-suisse.com/ch/en/about-us/research/research-institute/publications.html
Opensource Worldbank 2016 : http://databank.worldbank.org/data/reports.aspx?Report_Name=Poverty-reports&Id=4c5b786d
Licensed Soundtrack: https://licensing.jamendo.com/en/catalog
Learn more about this report from the author by watching this video: https://youtu.be/kwdpv6McxnQ
Great work!! Where did you get the spinning globe, and (embarrassed to ask), where did you get the time-lapse bubble chart?
the spinning globe is the globe map which is a custom visual. The time lapse bubble chart is part of the standard visuals - just put the time value in the play axis. Presentation was done by Office 2016