We run into tables all the time on every problemwe have in Power BI, but we don’t really spend time thinking about tables in of themselves.And so, I thought it would be great to dedicate a post to Power BI tables.
There are days that the requirements from customers seem to be more creative than ever. The new features Power Bi has released in time made almost everything possible. This gets us the concept of UX, the famous "How do you want to look at it?".
This is when the Power Bi Desktop flexibility will motivate our creativity to build new fancy solutions. This article was born from many real life scenarios in which the customer wants to check the data in this specific way.
Sometimes the requirement will force us to handle more data modeling and DAX to fullfill the wich. Without talking more let's check this problem and solution.