Getting started with Power BI Desktop is easy! Patrick looks at 5 steps to get you up and running quickly with Power BI Desktop. From downloading, to getting data, and then building your report visuals. Getting started with Power BI Desktop https://docs.microsoft.com/power-bi/desktop-getting-started https://docs.microsoft.com/power-bi/guided-learning/gettingdata#step-2 Introduction to modeling your data https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/guided-learning/modeling#step-1
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Learn how to get default values using the DAX COALESCE function instead of IF statements. A great way to avoid BLANK in Power BI! Documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/dax/coalesce-function-dax SQLBI.com article: https://sql.bi/659297
Are your Power BI Aggregations not matching? Setting Precedence can control which Power BI aggregation will be preferred. A little hint to help it on its way! Documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/power-bi/desktop-aggregations#aggregation-precedence
Are you not sure if you are hitting your Power BI Aggregations? Patrick shows you some tools you can use to verify if they are being used.
Trouble defining your Power BI Aggregations? Field selection all grayed out? Patrick has a tip for you!
Learn to configure your Power BI Aggregations table to really increase the speed of your DAX queries. This does NOT require Power BI Premium!
Power BI drill down default behavior may not be what you want. Patrick shows you a few tricks to control the way it behaves.
Learn the how and why Power BI Aggregations can help your data model be more efficient. This video is part of a Power BI Aggregations series. Aggregations Documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/power-bi/desktop-aggregations
You can integrate your Power BI reports into Microsoft Teams. Whether it is from a workspace directly or within a published App. Power BI Paginated reports can be integrated as well.
Scenario is you want to use export to excel when viewing Power BI Row-Level Security (RLS) as someone else. RLS doesn't appear to work. Patrick breaks it down. Download Sample