Tag: Power BI

Storage Engine – Its Role In Optimizing DAX Queries in Power BI

In this tutorial, we’re going to take a look at the second engine inside analysis services — the storage engine. We discussed the top-level engine, the formula engine, in a past tutorial. When users understand how both these engines work, it’s easier to optimize and improve the performance of your DAX queries. The storage engine’s

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Calculated Columns In SharePoint | An Overview

In this blog, we’re going to discuss calculated columns in SharePoint. It’s a great feature that you can add to your SharePoint lists. You don’t need to do manual calculations because it can do that for you. One of the main advantages of using calculated columns is that the data you need can be set

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Power Automate Desktop: How To Use The Send Mouse Click Function

Today, I will show how you can utilize the Send Mouse Click action to simulate mouse movement and improve the performance of your flows in Power Automate Desktop. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. You will most likely run into issues of not being able to

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Enterprise DNA June Updates – New Content, Courses and More

June proved to be an exciting and value-added month for the Enterprise DNA community. There were plenty of events and happenings that provided a lot of insights and value to each member. Here at Enterprise DNA, we are committed to providing you with plenty of resources to level up your data skills. To round things

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An Introduction to Deneb: Declarative Visualization in Power BI – New Enterprise DNA Course

Visualization will always be one of the critical areas that can make or break the quality of your reports. Though Power BI has a myriad of tools that help users create excellent reports, its standard visuals might not be enough to cover all the bases. Deneb, a new certified custom visual, can help with that.

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