Finally, Power Query works with Facebook insights. I will soon blog about this topic in more details. Till then, here is a short glimpse of a dashboard that compares between the number of fans of Power BI versus Tableau & Qlik (I didn’t embed it because my blog is on wordpress.com, and the site doesn’t support yet iframe from powerbi.com).
The bottom line – If you are a Power BI fan, go to Power BI page on facebook and click the Like button. Tableau is leading with 95K fans, while Power BI is second with 44K.
Follow my blog to learn more on analyzing facebook page insights with Excel & Power BI.
Update: I have added a Slicer 🙂
please add a Country slicer.
Done. Added in the post above and here: https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiZWJhNzE3ZDQtMDhhMC00MmVmLTkwMDEtNTE3ZWI3OTY5MDY4IiwidCI6IjIyNzNjNDFiLWI4ZDAtNDVhZi1iZWU2LWUwODQ5NmFlNjcxOCIsImMiOjN9
Still on country analysis, it would be interesting having a breakdown that shows in how many countries the different BI products are ranked #1,#2 and #3…
You can download the dashboard file from my latest post and edit it as you recommended. https://datachant.com/2016/02/10/facebook-page-insights-with-power-bi/
The file analyzes on the number of Facebook shares, and not the number of likes – But it’s easy to change the query if you are interested in the number of likes.
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