For machine learning I often have value that is derived from other values but is an "age" for example ageinhours, where I do not want to sum, average, min, max, but use date-time types. Having a date time measure that starts at a "born on" time of zero and aging would be awesome. This way we could time sequence by days, weeks, months, years as we do with other dates.2 votes
Add common data mining algorithms to Power BI. Solver Algorithms, Linear Regression, Association Rules, and Clustering would be awesome. My understanding is that they were available in the old Power Query and Power Pivot add-ins to Excel.10 votes
1) Click on a "Sherlock Homes" icon (for data scope) and get a bounding rectangle with sub-boxes summarizing interesting patterns and correlations found in the dataset, chart, graph, grid.
2) Drag a line charted against time, into future and see time-series prediction.
3) Click on a "Clustering" symbol for a chart, graph, grid and get the choice for various k-means visualizations.
Program should able to answer What if questions and it should show us a notificaition if the sale is going low than Last year or Last month or Lastquarter or last week, etc as coded.1 vote
please add support for the R Package: BSTS0 votes
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