Tag: power query editor

Format Data In Power BI: Addressing Irregular Data Formats

Format Data In Power BI- Addressing Irregular Data Formats

In today’s blog post, we’ll discuss Problem of the Week #6. I’ll show you how to format data in Power BI involving the use of power query. The screenshot below is the solution that you should have after you’ve done all the data transformation. The actual balance number was at $685,616.33. You may watch the

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Data Granularity Issues In Power BI

Data Granularity Issues In Power BI

For today’s blog post, I’ll come up with a solution that will address data granularity issues. At Enterprise DNA, we are believers of getting your hands dirty. Our ongoing series, Problem of the Week, is all geared towards putting what you’ve learned into practice. We don’t think there’s a faster way to learn Power BI

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Power Query Editor: Staging Queries

staging queries using Power Query editor

In this tutorial, we’ll learn about staging queries using Power Query editor. This is a new concept that I’d like to discuss for us to have an understanding of when and where we can use this in the query editor.   Staging queries can be used to configure and expose the data sources parameters to the dimension and fact table queries of the dataset. For Power BI datasets,

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Organizing Your Queries: Power BI Query Editor Tutorial

In this quick Power BI query editor tutorial, you’ll learn how to organize your queries to create intuitive models. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. It’s important that your models are as intuitive as possible. Not only will this make it easier for you to work

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