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Importing Data size

Hello everybody😊

I am new to Power BI

I have just started my first Power BI project.

 

My problem is:

1.  I imported data from Dynamics 365 Database. But data size is 1.1GB after cleansing all the unnessessary columns.

 I heard importing data untill 1.2GB is OK to Power BI DESKTOP. 

But i am confusing that this data is just 2019 data and it will be refreshed later like bringing  2020, 2021... datas.

So data will be increased.

So, Is it ok if I start my project with this 1.1 GB dataset.?

 

2. My data showed by daily. Is it possible to show it by Weekly?🙄

 

 

Help please, i am the only one Power BI staff in my company. ;(🤔🙄

 

Thank you 🤗🤗

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Re: Importing Data size

Hi @Anonymous ,

P1:
Data Model Limitations in Power BI Desktop  

dataset limitations  

(Dataset is a concept in Power BI Service)

 

P2:

You can show the data by weekly.
Here’s my original data.

b2.png

I created two columns and show values by weekly.

 

Year = YEAR([Date])
Week = WEEKNUM([Date])

 

Note: WEEKNUM() function Returns the week number for the given date and year according to the return_type value. The week number indicates where the week falls numerically within a year.

 

b3.png

 

Best regards,
Lionel Chen

 

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Re: Importing Data size

Hi @Anonymous ,

P1:
Data Model Limitations in Power BI Desktop  

dataset limitations  

(Dataset is a concept in Power BI Service)

 

P2:

You can show the data by weekly.
Here’s my original data.

b2.png

I created two columns and show values by weekly.

 

Year = YEAR([Date])
Week = WEEKNUM([Date])

 

Note: WEEKNUM() function Returns the week number for the given date and year according to the return_type value. The week number indicates where the week falls numerically within a year.

 

b3.png

 

Best regards,
Lionel Chen

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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