Beautify M Script and Extract Row Level Security with Power BI Helper Version 4.0

Posted by on Aug 27, 2018 in Power BI Helper, Power Query | No Comments

Power BI Helper is getting new features every time, and this time, we got some exciting features; You can now get your M (Power Query script) code beautified and colorful with version 4.0 of Power BI Helper. We also get the row-level security information exposed through the Helper application. Both information above will be now ...

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Composite Model; DirectQuery and Import Data Combined; Evolution Begins in Power BI

With the new announcement of Power BI Desktop release of July 2018 at Business Applications Summit, the break-through feature is the ability to create a composite model. Now you can have part of your Power BI model to come directly from a data source, and another part to be imported. Along with this change, you ...

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Fun with DAX – Tic Tac Toe

Posted by on Jul 17, 2018 in Power BI | 2 Comments

To follow in the spirit of some of my recent blogs, I thought I would have a look to see how feasible it might be to build a Tic Tac Toe game using just DAX and Power BI.  I get pretty close and will detail my approach here in this article.  For starters, here is ...

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Sharing Power BI Reports with Selection of Slicers and Filters; What it Means?

  The most recent feature added in the Power BI service is a great update, which should not be overlooked. You can now share reports and pass the selection of filters and slicers. This ability, which is announced yesterday, open doors to many possibilities. You can now create “report views” for different personas of users. Previously ...

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