Circular Dependency in Power BI

What is circular dependency in Data Modelling in Power BI? In Power BI, circular dependency refers to a situation where two or more tables in a data model depend on each other directly or indirectly. This can lead to errors in the data model and incorrect results when creating reports or visualizations. Circular dependency can … Read more

Star Schema vs Snowflake Schema

In Power BI, both star schema and snowflake schema are commonly used to model data for analytical purposes, but they differ in their approach to organizing the data. A star schema is a simplified dimensional model where the fact table is at the center of the schema, surrounded by dimension tables. This means that each … Read more

Performance impact of report-level filters.

Question asked in Scenario Based Round to our Student: Can report-level filters slow down your report performance in Power BI? Yes, report-level filters can potentially slow down your report performance in Power BI, especially if they are applied to large datasets with complex queries. When you apply a filter to a report, Power BI needs … Read more

Power BI Visualization Tool Advantages

Power BI is a powerful business intelligence and data visualization tool that allows users to connect, analyze, and visualize data from a wide range of sources. Some of the key advantages of Power BI include: Easy to use: Power BI has an intuitive interface that makes it easy for users to create reports and dashboards … Read more

How to fix bugs in Power BI Report?

Following are ways to fix bugs in our power bi report: Check whether new incremental data was loaded properly or not. Check Modelling properly and its all relationship. Try to build it again. Check all measures properly and DAX in it. Check the Calendar table and date column for a min to max date and … Read more