Tag: Power BI Desktop Data Model

Power BI Data Transformation and Setting Up Models and Relationships

Power BI Data Transformation and Setting Up Models and Relationships

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how I set up my models and the relationships in it. Creating a seamless flow around Power BI data transformation can greatly improve the report development process, and the way you set up your models is a primary contributor to this flow. To clearly portray my Power

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Power BI Integration In MS Teams

Power BI Integration In MS Teams

In this tutorial, I’m going to highlight how seamless Power BI integration in Microsoft Teams can change the way you and your team operate on a day-to-day basis. This is the process we’re currently implementing in Enterprise DNA and I want to discuss the advantages of doing the same for your organization. You may watch

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Financial Year Dynamic Filtering In Power BI Reports

Financial Year Dynamic Filtering In Power BI Reports

In this tutorial, I’ll discuss how to display information based on financial year within Power BI reports. However, this particular analysis is a bit complex. This is because it has different customers and each of them has a different financial year. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this

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Power BI External Tools – Installing Practice Dataset

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I want to introduce you to one of the best Power BI external tools that Steven McGuire from the Enterprise DNA forum and I put together to help you with your structured practice. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. I’ve talked a lot about structured practice,

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How To Merge Queries In Power BI

Merging is another powerful transformation to optimize our tables and information that we might be getting from various sources. Learning how to merge queries in Power BI is relevant as this transformation can simplify our data models. Getting data from different sources in Power BI isn’t a big issue. It doesn’t really matter where the data comes from since they will just become a query. What

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