Presentation Materials: TechDays Hong Kong 2014, Power BI Data Visualization with Power Map and Power View

Posted by on Mar 26, 2014 in Power BI, Presentations | No Comments

Thanks to all attendees of my session in TechDays 2014 Hong Kong about Power BI Data Visualization with Power Map and Power View. Here is session Title, Description, and presentation file; Title: Power BI Data Visualization with Power Map and Power View Description: Power BI is the most recent BI technology and tool provided by ...

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Presentation Materials: TechDays Hong Kong 2014, Advanced Data Transformation with Power Query

Posted by on Mar 26, 2014 in Power BI, Power Query, Presentations | No Comments

Thanks to all attendees of my session in TechDays 2014 Hong Kong about Advanced Data Transformations with Power Query. Here is session Title, Description, and presentation file; Title: Advanced Data Transformations with Power Query Description: Power Query is the self-service data consolidation tool of the Power BI embedded in Excel. Power Query has ability to ...

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Scheduling Power Query ETL Runs

Posted by on Feb 16, 2014 in Power BI, Power Query | No Comments

In previous posts I’ve mentioned that Power Query is a self-service ETL tool. One of the most fundamental functions of an ETL tool is ability to schedule ETL run. In the other words you would require to populate data from operational data stores on a schedule basis to feed into your Data Model. Power Query ...

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Power Query Formula Language M : Table Functions Part 1

Posted by on Feb 10, 2014 in Power BI, Power Query | No Comments

In previous post you’ve learned about Formula language of the Power Query known as "M". you’ve learned that M is a functional language that apply data transformations through script. In examples of previous post you’ve learned some of table functions such as Table.AddColumn, Table.Sort, Table.Join, and Table.PrefixColumns. In this post we will discover more table ...

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Power Query Formula Language: M

Posted by on Feb 7, 2014 in Power BI, Power Query | No Comments

In previous post, I described what is Power Query, and how we can use that for self service ETL. You’ve how to work with Power Query menus and connect to different data sources, and apply multiple transformations on the data. In this post I’ll go one step closer to the core of Power Query Formula ...

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