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February 13, 2018


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This is an excellent summary, thank you. I plan to share with my team. We currently work with RStudio, Azure Analytics, and Power BI. While I look forward to exploring the integrations mentioned, my initial look at the ability to run R in Power BI was a bit disappointing. I wanted to embed some R derived text analytics within a Power BI report, but found that the script could only be run on my desktop and not executed as part of a dashboard.

Hi Jeff, I think in the early days you couldn't publish Power BI with R to the Power BI Service online, but I think you can now, as long as you're not using any unusual packages. You can find the details here.

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