Tag: Extended Date Table

Perpetual Holiday Calendar – POTW #12 (Power Query Solution)

Perpetual Holiday Calendar – POTW #12 (Power Query Solution)

In this blog post, we’ll explore my solution to Problem of the Week #12. For this challenge, we revisited Enterprise DNA’s maiden Problem of the Week challenge, where we created a perpetual holiday calendar from a mix of specific and relative dates. But this time around, we will be using only Power Query. You can

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Time Tables In Power BI: Solution For POTW #10

Time Tables In Power BI- Solution For POTW #10

In this blog post, I’ll be bringing you the solution for working with timetables in Power BI, which is our Problem of the Week #10. This wasn’t an overly difficult challenge. But still, it was quite a niggly one that threw in quite a few curveballs. You can watch the full video of this tutorial

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Extended Date Table Power Query M Function

Extended Date Table Power Query M Function

In today’s blog post, we’ll take another look at the Power Query M function for the extended date table. Since initially posting the code, there have been a number of updates with the help of our Enterprise DNA community. It has grown into quite an extensive date table that pretty much covers everything you’ll likely

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Sorting Date Table Columns In Power BI

Sorting Date Table Columns In Power BI

In today’s blog, I’ll discuss a question that comes up all the time in the Enterprise DNA forum. How can you can sort the fields from an extended date table columns properly? You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. This refers to the extended date table from

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Creating A Date Table In Power BI The Fastest Way Possible

Enterprise DNA Power BI Video Tutorial Create a Detailed Date Table Fast

I’m going to show you a new approach in creating a date table in Power BI. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. I’ve done so many tutorials about creating date tables over the years, but the new method I’m using now is, by far, the most

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