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There is an Easter Egg in this Power BI report

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Its Easter time. At Chandoo.org, I have tradition of publishing Easter Egg hunts since 2009. This is the first time our Easter egg hunt is on Power BI. Changing times, eh?

Find the Easter Egg in this report…

I have embedded the visual below. Can you find the egg? If you have difficulty seeing the embed, click here to access the report online, or download Power BI workbook.

Want more eggs? Check out previous Easter egg hunts

Go thru previous year hunts. Be warned though, they are highly addictive.

2018, 20172016201520142013201220112010 & 2009

and of course, Play hidden Angry Formulas game in Excel too

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8 Responses to “There is an Easter Egg in this Power BI report”

  1. Chirayu says:

    From 21-APR-2019
    To 21-APR-2019
    Easter Egg: Thank You for loving Chandoo.org

  2. Luke M says:

    Glad to see the tradition continue, albeit in a new way. 🙂

  3. Chris says:

    Thank you too! Happy Easter!

  4. Greg says:

    I've never used Power BI (apparently it's an add-on for Excel, but I have not bought or downloaded it.)

    This doesn't appear to do anything but make you scroll through dates and/or click on sections of the heat map.

    Can anyone tell me what this should be doing other than showing me different shades of red?

  5. omar says:

    214 😀 if we don't download the pbix it is just random 😀

  6. Terry Buda says:

    Great work Chandoo! This was fun and interesting, as always!!

    You truly are Awesome at Excel!!

    -Terry

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