As promised, here is Part 2 of Query Parameters in Power Query. My last blog demonstrated how
Πηγή: Callum | Query Parameters in Power Query – Part 2
This article shows how variables in DAX can impact the coding style, simplifying a step-by-step approach and improving the readability of your code. The ne
Πηγή: DAX coding style using variables – SQLBI
This step-by-step guide, including video, shows you how to analyze a file with more than two million records of U.S. airline flight delays using Microsoft’s free Power BI platform.
Πηγή: Free data visualization with Microsoft Power BI: Your step-by-step guide | CIO
In this article, Alberto Ferrari describes a new efficient way to compute returning customers in DAX thanks to an idea suggested by a student attending an O
Πηγή: Computing New Customers in DAX – SQLBI
Two of the new features in the Power BI Desktop April Update are Query Parameters and Power BI Template files. In this blog post, we will take a deeper look at the new capabilities and scenarios that these two features enable in Power BI.
Πηγή: Deep Dive into Query Parameters and Power BI Templates | Microsoft Power BI Blog | Microsoft Power BI
Query parameters are, in my opinion, one of the most important features added to Power BI recently. The official blog post describing how to use them is great (read it if you haven’t done so alread…
Πηγή: Creating M Functions From Parameterised Queries In Power BI – Chris Webb’s BI Blog
One of the questions I get quite frequently is how we can pass parameters to SQL queries, allowing us to make them dynamic. Someone asked a question in the forum on the topic, so that finally inspired me to write … Continue reading →
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