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We write articles and blogs on Microsoft Business Intelligence technologies on a regular basis. The list below showcases all our content sorted chronologically - you can filter through the content by post topic.

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Why should you start using Power Apps?

In this article, we will take a look at what is Power Apps, why should we use it, and when organizations can benefit from custom apps created in the Power Apps platform.Many organizations are not yet familiarized with Power Apps capabilities, and the ways it can improve their agility, modernize...

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Merging with date range using Power Query

In this blog, we will see how to merge two tables in Power Query based on key column and a date range. Merging with multiple matching columns is straightforward and can be achieved in Power Query by selecting merge queries option and holding CTRL key when choosing matching columns like...

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Merging with date range using Power Query

In this blog, we will see how to merge two tables in Power Query based on key column and a date range. Merging with multiple matching columns is straightforward and can be achieved in Power Query by selecting merge queries option and holding CTRL key when choosing matching columns like...

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Incremental refresh using PowerBI pro and Dataflows

 In this article, we will see how we can use the self-referencing technique and Dataflows to create incremental refresh with PowerBI Pro version. This technique is tested and working both with cloud and on-premises data sources. In case you are using on-premise data sources to access new data, you need to add on-premise source...

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Pivottables inside the PowerBI – the DAX way

 In this article, we will see how we can use the self-referencing technique and Dataflows to create incremental refresh with PowerBI Pro version. This technique is tested and working both with cloud and on-premises data sources. In case you are using on-premise data sources to access new data, you need to...

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Pivottables inside the PowerBI – the DAX way

 In this article, we will see how we can use the self-referencing technique and Dataflows to create incremental refresh with PowerBI Pro version. This technique is tested and working both with cloud and on-premises data sources. In case you are using on-premise data sources to access new data, you need to...

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Merging with date range using Power Query

In this blog, we will see how to merge two tables in Power Query based on key column and a date range. Merging with multiple matching columns is straightforward and can be achieved in Power Query by selecting merge queries option and holding CTRL key when choosing matching columns like...

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Split packs into single products in Power Query

Sometimes in the Fact table, we can have packs with multiple products included. In this blog, we will show how to split those packs into individual products and how to assign correct sales values and quantities to each individual product within the pack. The problem The Fact table contains multiple...

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Nested functions and Table.Buffer()

In this blog, we will explain nested functions in Power Query, as well as how to optimize these functions with buffering. By using nested functions and buffering, we will combine most of the advanced M coding. Business case We will demonstrate the business problem we want to solve with the...

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Why should you start using Power Apps?

In this article, we will take a look at what is Power Apps, why should we use it, and when organizations can benefit from custom apps created in the Power Apps platform.Many organizations are not yet familiarized with Power Apps capabilities, and the ways it can improve their agility, modernize and automate manual processes.   What is Power...

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AUTHORS

Krešimir Ledinski

Krešimir Ledinski

Microsoft certified expert in the field of Business Intelligence. His biggest passions are DAX, M, and data modeling.

Kristian Radoš

Kristian Radoš

Experienced data analyst. Advanced in SQL, PowerApps and M language.

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