Tag: Advanced Editor

The Importance Of Date Tables In Power BI

Tips In Creating A Power BI Date Tables

When working on date tables, it’s important to know the essential techniques so you can set things up as quickly as possible. In this tutorial, I’ll go over some important tips that can help you. The date tables are important in Power BI because you’ll need them to reference dates inside your model. On top

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Creating A Date Table In Power BI

The importance of creating a date table in Power BI is something that people often miss, especially in the Enterprise DNA forum. Although it’s common to have a date column in your sales tables and transaction tables, that won’t be enough. You’ll need a separate date table that you can link to all those other

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How Query Dependencies Work In Power BI

Query Dependencies In Power BI

For this tutorial, we are going to delve deeper and understand how Query Dependencies work in Power BI. Query Dependencies show you how the queries are linked together inside Power BI. You can see which queries depend on other queries or tables. This is useful when you plan to do a lot of data transformations

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Beginners’ Guide To The M Code In Power BI

This tutorial will help you understand more about the M code found inside the Advanced Editor. Some people prefer to call it “M formula language” or “M function.” You can use it to filter and combine your data from multiple data sources. How To Access Power BI’s M Language To access the M code, select

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How The Query Editor Works In Power BI

For this tutorial, I’ll teach you my best practices while working on the Query Editor. This is an important feature of Power BI which, in my opinion, is under-utilized. Nowadays, they call the query editor the Power Query Editor, which is a much better name than what they initially had called it. Through the query editor, we can retrieve data from multiple

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