This week I had the opportunity to learn about dashboards, reports, and datasets in Power BI using the best kind of teaching tool: fresh, delicious, chocolate chip cookies.
Be our guest for the web’s premier Power BI food show as Eugene Meidinger (@SQLGene) explains how these concepts relate to each other and then grab a second helping with his blog post that will leave you feeling full.
Watch this week’s episode on YouTube.
In this week’s video with Power BI expert Eugene Meidinger, we’re in the kitchen learning about Power BI.
Power BI has two languages available for working with data: Power Query and DAX.
Power Query is most useful cleaning and preparing your data as it comes from a variety of sources: Excel, csv, SQL Server, etc…
DAX is the heavy hitter that allows you mix all of these disparate data sources into a singel Power BI model.
Be sure to visit Eugene’s blog post for more detailed information.