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Power BI Blog: Just Speculate Over Numbers – Part 6

7 June 2018

Welcome back to Power BI Tips! This week, we begin Just Speculating Over the NY Powerball numbers.


Power BI Blog: Just Speculate Over Numbers – Part 5

31 May 2018

Last week we finished creating our queries and got our Powerball data together. Let’s have a look at the field pane to see what tables are available to use.


Power BI Blog: Just Speculate Over Numbers - Part 4

24 May 2018

Last week, we successfully extracted the names of the columns from the metadata of the JSON file. Now it’s time to put the two queries together!


Power BI Blog: Just Speculate Over Numbers - Part 3

17 May 2018

Remember last week we brought in our JSON file and focused on transforming and preparing the dataset portion. This time, we’re going to retrieve the column names from the metadata.


Power BI Blog: Just Speculate Over Numbers - Part 2

10 May 2018

Power BI exercise focusing on JSON files using the NY Powerball data.


Power BI Blog: Just Speculate Over Numbers - Part 1

3 May 2018

Power BI exercise focusing on JSON files using the NY Powerball data.


Power BI Blog: Xenagogue to Markup Lists - Part 3

26 April 2018

Using a multi-row card visualisation to display the USD exchange rate from the RBA RSS feed


Power BI Blog: Xenagogue to Markup Lists - Part 2

19 April 2018

Using the Power Query Editor to parse through the Reserve Bank of Australia's RSS feed in XML format.


Power BI Blog: Xenagogue to Markup Lists - Part 1

11 April 2018

This week we start a new project on using Get Data with the XML format.


Power BI Blog: Text isn't Limiting! - Part 5

5 April 2018

Last week using the US Historical Population Estimates we created our first DAX formula. Now we have categorised our data by decade, how can we focus the view on a specific decade?


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