Tag: Measure Tables

Creating Measure Tables & Subfolders In Power BI

Creating-Measure-Tables-AND-Subfolders-In-Power-BI

For today’s blog, I’ll cover measure tables and subfolders. We’re going to set up measure tables, and then I’ll show you how to group measures and subfolders to help you organize measure tables that can get pretty crowded. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. But before

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Utilizing Measures And Visualizations In Power BI

Utilizing Measures And Visualizations In Power BI

In this tutorial, you’ll learn about the essential things that need to be prepared in making a dashboard. You’ll learn how to catalog and apply your measures, and make compelling visualizations in Power BI. Your visualizations will show data based on the measures you created. Thus, it’s important to properly set them up. Cataloging Your

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How To Use A Measure Table In Power BI

In today’s blog post, I’ll discuss some techniques on how to organize measures using a measure table in Power BI. The best way to organize your measures is to create measure groups or measure tables inside Power BI.  It’s important to learn this technique because you’ll be dealing with hundreds of measures in your analysis.

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Implementing DAX Measure Groups Into Your Reports – A Power BI Modeling Review

In this tutorial, I’ll be talking about a really important topic regarding Power BI modeling and organization. In most of the demos that Enterprise DNA releases across webinars, summits, and to Enterprise DNA members, you will see that the use of measure groups is extensive. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at

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How To Organize Your Power BI Data Model – Best Practice Tips

BEST PRACTISE TIPS FOR MODEL ORGANIZATION

I wanted to highlight in this post some of my best practice tips for Power BI data modelling. In this tutorial, I go through many techniques in detail which I think you’ll find very beneficial as soon as you start implementing these into your reports. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at

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