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Import images in Power BI from local sources

Import images in Power BI from local sources Posted on February 17, 20186 Comments



In todays video I will show you how to import images in Power BI with the help of SQL Jason.

He shows in his blog post how you can import images in Power BI from your local folder for offline use. Read more about it here:

Embedding Images in Power BI using Base64

and a link to Gerhards blog post and his sample PBIX:

Storing Images in a PowerBI/Analysis Services Data Models

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6 comments

  1. THIS IS GAME CHANGING!!!! I've been publishing images one by one to SharePoint. 20 clicks per image, not tried yet but if this works then that is fantastic. Is there a recommended limit to image size, preferred format (png, jpeg, svg etc.) I think I might make a series of regularly reusable icons (like male/female, sectors etc.) to reuse across PowerBI 🙂

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