I have 12 rows of data:
I can put them into a Table visual like this:
The great thing which I like over Tableau is that rows become as high as needed, while Tableau only allows fixed row height. This is a very useful feature.
The question is, is it possible to show a full table? You can see that duplicate rows from data (data has 12 rows in total) were removed in the visual (only 6 data rows remain).
@Zyg_D best option woudl be to add index column in your model, you can easily do it in advanced editor in power query and drop index column in your table and the you will get to see all the rows.
Is it possible to hide this index column now?
P.S. Using Advanced Editor is not easy. It doesn't even have "undo" functionality. I messed up in some changes that I did, and there was no option to remove the step. So I was forced to load my data again from scratch. Imagine if I was working on my actual project...
I added index numbers using Edit Queries... > Add Column tab > Index Column > From 1