AdventureWorks is one of the standard demo models from Microsoft for SQL Server. There is a data warehouse version (DW), an OLTP and a light OLTP (LT) version. They are versioned according to the SQL Server (on premises) version schema, which is basically the year (there used to be a 2008R2, but this naming schema wasn’t used any more). So the latest version of the datawarehouse (and I’m not interested in OLTP) is AdventureWorksDW2019. Now the confusion starts.
This little Power BI project is something like my “Hello World” for using R visuals. I picked Process Mining as the topic for the model because of several reasons: Process Mining is quite different to typical number-aggregating-scanarios, so hopefully interesting! The R visuals are adding possibilities to the project, that can’t be replaced by standard visuals easily. It is still easy to model and understand.