Earlier today I had the pleasure of speaking with the PASS Business Intelligence Virtual Chapter on getting started with Power BI and time calculations! There were a bit of audio issues on my end but thankfully we were able to still have a great event with lots of great questions!
If you missed the webinar, have no fear! You can still watch the recording right here. Just jump ahead to minute 11 as I had some unfortunate connection issues!
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The PASS BI VC is a great group with tons of free, quality training events! I highly recommend you connect with this group so you can stay up to date on all their great events!
The PASS BI VC also has all their previous webinar recordings hosted on YouTube so definitely check that out!
If you’re new to Power BI, I suggest you start here.
Read more about Getting Started with R Visuals in Power BI
Read more about 10 DAX Calculations for your Tabular or Power Pivot Model (Part 1)
Read more about 10 DAX Calculations for your Tabular or Power Pivot Model (Part 2)
I hope you enjoyed the webinar and that you maybe even learned a little something. If you have any questions, comments, or feedback, please leave it down below! Thanks for reading and watching!
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