Grouping tables in Power BI is a powerful modeling technique that allows you to select from overlapping groups either in a slicer or across a matrix.
You may want your Grand Total line to appear at the top of the Power BI Matrix. Achieving the effect involves a little bit of Power BI magic.
Some Power BI report design skills take years to master. These basic visualization concepts are easy to learn and they will make your reports far better.
Dealing with estimated data often gives you numbers with more precision than you need or trust. Dynamic Rounding can create gains in performance.
Any successful data strategy is built upon a deep understanding of your data domain. To get there, you need to set up a data assessment framework first.
Walk through what happens when Current Row Filtering (Context Transitions) runs into two Current Rows that disagree with each other.
The implementation of a tool is even more important than the tool you choose. These insights will help you be more prepared during a Power BI implementation.
In this video Brian Grant will walk you through just how easy these can be to create a Local ID in Power Query.
In this video Brian Grant will walk you through how you can leverage some more advanced features of the Power Query M language to combining conflicting customer names.
Basic aggregations are useful; but decision makers are going to want more and want it quickly. What they’re probably going to need next is time intelligence measures.
In this video I’m going to show you how to build an automated report which can surface these problems as quick as they show up. In the process you’ll learn about structured values and see the different ways grouping can wrestle down tricky data problems.
In this video I’m going to not only walk you through the surprisingly simple way this problem is solved, I’ll also walk you through how to understand the solution and even use DAX to visualize it on the page.