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    Since the September 2016 release, Power BI has enabled users to extend Power BI’s out-of-the box functionality utilizing R Scripts. But what is R? It is an open-source statistical data programming language that allows you to manipulate and display complex data sets on the fly. R is an extremely powerful tool, but because of its level of complexity, it can also be time consuming.

    In today’s blog, we’ll be describing the capabilities of R visuals and begin exploring ways in which using R can enhance a user’s experience in Power BI. To do this, we need to:

    1. Discuss the benefits of R

    2. Enable R Scripting

    3. Install R and R Studio

    4. Configure Power BI to use an external IDE

    5. Customize your R Script to use Power BI Redmonder

    Let’s begin…

    Discuss the benefits of R

    The benefits of R can be divided into 2 main categories: Analytics and Reporting.

    Analytics: For Dynamics 365 CRM and ERP users, R scripts can be incredibly useful in solving real-world problems through statistical analysis. Microsoft MVP, Tomaz Kastrun, describes a situation where he has used R and Power BI to comb through 500 million historical invoices taken from Dynamics NAV to identify fraudulent records. Another application of R in D365 is being able to test your forecasts against a mean-squared error (MSE). One thing to keep in mind is that scripts can be re-used with little to no modification. If either of the above examples are of interest, please reference this link to see how you can apply R scripts within your organization and D365 environment.

    Reporting: In terms of reporting, one of the big questions is when to use R versus the countless built-in visualizations already available within the Power BI Desktop. Use cases for R visualizations:

    • Data mining techniques – Data mining is the process of finding anomalies, patterns, and correlations within large data sets to predict outcomes.
    • Hierarchal clustering – An analysis technique that groups similar objects into groups called clusters.
    • Transforming data post-load – The standard process of extracting data from source systems is Extraction, Transformation, and Loading (ETL). Often, there’s a need for transforming the data after it has ben loaded into the data warehouse. R allows you to make data transformations on the fly, such as converting a data type.
    • Facets to add extra dimensions to a base plot – Facet grids allow you to split a plot into a matrix of panels that all share a set value. See below for an example:

    r scripts

    To find out more about the above use cases, please see the Additional R Resources section at the bottom of this post.

    Enable R Scripting

    Upon opening Power BI Desktop, select R script visual under the VISUALIZATIONS section:

    r scripts

    The following message will appear asking you to “Enable script visuals.” Review the terms and select Enable.

    r scripts

    Install R and R Studio

    At its current state, Power BI does not have built-in R scripting. To utilize the functionality, we need to install the R library, any R packages we wish to use in development, and an IDE for development.

    Installing R

    1. Navigate to either Microsoft R Application Network or CRAN Repository

    2. Download the latest version for your OS (version 3.5.1 at the writing of this post)

    3. Save the downloaded file to your computer and run “microsoft-r-open-3.5.1.exe”

    4. Choose a destination folder and ensure Microsoft R Open, MRO, MKL, and Visual C/C++ Runtime 2015 are all selected

    5. Select Continue and complete the installation

    r scripts

    Installing R Studio

    1. Navigate to R Studio

    2. Download the latest version for your OS (version 1.1.456 at the writing of this post)

    3. Save the downloaded file to your computer and run “RStudio-1.1.456.exe”

    4. Choose a destination folder

    5. Select Next and complete the installation

    r scripts

    Configure Power BI to use an external IDE

    Now that we have R and an IDE installed, we can configure Power BI to launch R Studio when scripting.

    Configuring BI:

    1. Launch Power BI Desktop

    2. Go to: File> Options and Settings> Options> R scripting

    3. Under “Detected R IDEs”, select R Studio

    r scripts

    When creating a custom dashboard, it’s best practice to have a consistent theme throughout. When introducing R visuals, this gets a bit tricky, since R does not have built-in PBI files, which means that for each visual, we need to enter custom RBG values to get it to match up with our existing color pallet. We will be leveraging Microsoft, which recognizes people in the community through publishing exceptional R scripts that leverage Power BI. They can be found under the R Script Showcase section of the Microsoft Community site.

    Customize your R Script to use Power BI Redmonder

    1. Navigate to R Studio

    2. In the command line, enter install.packages(c(“gdata”,”ggmap”, “ggplot2”, “Redmonder”)) to install the following packages:

    • gdata – Various R programming tools for data manipulation
    • Ggmap – Makes it easy to retrieve raster map tiles from popular online mapping services like Google MapsOpenStreetMapStamen Maps, and plot them using the ggplot2 framework
    • ggplot2 – A system for ‘declaratively’ creating graphics, based on “The Grammar of Graphics.” You provide the data, tell ‘ggplot2’ how to map variables to aesthetics and what graphical primitives to use, and it takes care of the details.
    • Redmonder – Provides color schemes for maps (and other graphics) based on the color palettes of several Microsoft products. Forked from ‘RColorBrewer’ v1.1-2.

    3. Once all packages have been installed, you’re ready to create your first R Script

    4. First, we need some data:

    r scripts

    5. Create your dataset with the following values and name it anything

    r scripts

    6. Create a new tile and select the R visual

    r scripts

    7. Select the data we just created

    r scripts

    8. Type the following R Script and select Run:

    r scripts

    You will see that that the bar graph is gray scale and may not go well with the rest of your visuals. Rather than color coding each individual bar, recall that we have downloaded the R package, “Redmonder.” This allows us to select from various default Microsoft Power BI color templates from directly within our R Script.

    r scripts

    9. Type the following and select Run:

    r scripts

    Note that the bar graph is now themed to the standard Power BI color schema:

    r scripts

    Now that you’ve made your first R tile within Power BI and learned how to import additional R packages, check out what else the Power BI community has to offer at Microsoft’s R Script Showcase.

    Additional R Resources

    We hope this was helpful for you. Get in there and try it out! For more Dynamics 365 tips – be sure to subscribe to our blog!

    Happy D365’ing!


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    Have you ever had the need for a trial balance with non-sequential account numbers?  For example, you’d like GL Trial Balance detail of accounts 6100 and 6520, but not the accounts in between, so you can’t use a range.

    You can create your custom report using the GP Trial Balance and Navigation Lists! Here's how...

    1. Open the Financial Area page and click on Accounts in the Navigation Pane to generate your list of GL Accounts:
    2. Create a filter for the accounts you want to see. Select Add Filter, then enter the accounts you want in your report.  When finished select the right pointing arrow to apply the filter you created.  The accounts matching the filter will be displayed.
    3. Mark the accounts you want included in the report. To select all accounts, select the checkbox in the header.
    4. Select Reports > Print Trial Balance.
    5. Select Print and GP will generate a standard Trial Balance in detail or summary.
    6. You can also save the filtered list by clicking on the ‘Accounts (read only)’ menu and choosing a name for the list so you can use it again later. You will simply have to enter the checkmark to select the accounts to be used in the report and then select print.

    That's it! We hope this is a helpful tip for you... Do you have further questions related to Dynamics GP?

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    CSSI Technologies is a certified Microsoft Dynamics GP partner with over 25 years of experience supporting Great Plains ERP users throughout Pennsylvania, the US Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast. CSSI works with GP users in a broad range of industries, such as manufacturing, distribution, warehousing, construction, hospitality, healthcare and education. CSSI’s team of experienced GP and accounting professionals is complemented by teams dedicated to custom software development as well as auto ID (barcoding and RFID) and mobile computing technologies.

    Contact CSSI Technologies today with questions or support requests regarding your GP instance:
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    This is typical question How to add field in Onhand Inventory form in Ax 2012 but I got easy way to solve. Only drag drop field will not help on this query .

    You need to reach on class InventDimCtrl_Frm_OnHand then find method modifyQuery then you need to add your field in group by otherwise you never be able to add field in on hand form. I hope it will help you a lot


    You should write code at the Classes\InventDimCtrl_Frm_OnHand\modifyQuery() method  This is called when you open the On Hand form, where Item number is shown and group by with other field.

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