This is a simple trick to hide slicer items in Power BI to make reports more user friendly. This is achieved through simple measures in a visual level filter.
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I recently came across an interesting problem regarding how you can show the sum of values of certain selected categories as separate bars in a bar chart – but with the sum of all the non-selected categories being grouped together
In this blog post, I am going to show you how you can quickly add a very basic Date table to your model. You might be wondering – why do you need a Date table? A Date table is very
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