All posts by Grant Gamble

Replicating Qlik Sense Keep Operations in Power Query

Replicating Qlik Sense Keep Operations in Power Query turns out to be fairly straightforward. I was recently asked by a client whether the Keep operations present in Qlik Sense could be replicated in Power

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Connecting to SharePoint Folders

Connecting to SharePoint Folders is similar to connecting to folders on your file system. The Get Data > Folder connector allows you to connect to a folder containing files of the same type and combine

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Nesting SELECTEDVALUE in Power BI Dynamic Titles

In Power BI, you can create dynamic titles for any visuals, by creating DAX measures which track the current state of the fields displayed within the visual itself or other related slicers and visuals.

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Working in DirectQuery Mode

In this post, we will contrast the importing of SQL Server data with working in DirectQuery Mode. When you use the DirectQuery option, data is not imported from SQL Server into the data model of your SQL

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Power BI DA-100: Edit and configure interactions between visuals

Exam DA-100 | Edit and configure interactions between visuals In this series of blog posts, we will be examining some of the key features of Power BI Desktop, Power Query and the Power BI Service needed

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Creating Mobile-Only Content in Power BI

Mobile-optimized Reports Mobile reports are based on the regular web report which you will have already created, with the layout adapted and optimized for mobile. For example, adapting a four-column desktop

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Power BI DAX “X” Functions

In this series of blog posts, we will be examining some of the key features of Power BI Desktop, Power Query and the Power BI Service needed to pass exam DA-100: Analyzing Data with Microsoft Power BI. The

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The CALCULATE Function is a DAX TARDIS

In spite of its bland name, the CALCULATE function is the most important function in the DAX language and by far the most widely used in advanced DAX calculations. The power of the CALCULATE function stems

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Power Query Trim and Clean Functions

In this series of blog posts, we will be examining some of the key features of Power BI Desktop, Power Query and the Power BI Service needed to pass exam DA-100: Analyzing Data with Microsoft Power BI. The

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Power BI Formal and Informal Hierarchies

In this series of blog posts, we will be examining some of the key features of Power BI Desktop, Power Query and the Power BI Service needed to pass exam DA-100: Analyzing Data with Microsoft Power BI. The

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