In this tutorial, you’ll learn about Power BI Values and how they are generated inside the Power Query Editor. These values have corresponding literals that can be used in codes and expressions to produce results and data. You’ll also learn how and where to apply the values to build a compelling report. Power BI Values
We saw so many amazing submissions on the 15th round of our Power BI Challenges, so we’re excited to see what everyone’s going to show us as we start the 16th round. Previously, we did a challenge about Formula 1 Analysis. This time, let’s see how we can use Power BI for something that every
This tutorial will discuss about variables and expressions inside the Power Query Editor. You’ll see and learn that each let expression has two parts: a let and in clause, and a comma-separated list of variable names or step identifiers. You’ll also see how these things help create a data report in the Power Query Editor.
This tutorial will talk about Power Query data types and connectors. You’ll learn what data types are and see how they are compatible with each other. You’ll also learn about operators in the Power Query M Language. These will help you understand how your queries generate results and answers. The Data Types In Power Query
For today’s blog post, I want to talk about a technique that we can use to simulate dynamic theming in a Power BI report. We’ve recently had a few posts on the Enterprise DNA support forum asking how to change the theme of a Power BI report dynamically. In one case, the user sought to