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Displaying filter context in Power BI Tooltips

This article describes how to display the filter context applied to a calculation using a special DAX measure in Power BI Tooltips.
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Hiding future dates for calculations in DAX

The techniques to hide measures in future dates have been the topic of a 12 minutes video that Marco Russo and Patrick LeBlanc recorded for Guy in a Cube channel. Watch now »



SQLBI courses updates

Mastering DAX - new dates announced in United States:

Data Modeling for Power BI - new date in Canada:

  Chicago, IL, US – Mar 25-27 Early Bird expiring soon

  Calgary, AB, CA – Jun 3-5



Latest news on BI

• Power BI Desktop February 2019 release
After a month without new releases because of new year holidays, we are now back to monthly news for Power BI Desktop. The February release has many small improvements and one new visual to analyze Key Influencer in your data. This visualization is the first of several AI features that Microsoft will introduce this year in Power BI. Read more »
• Personal bookmarks and other updates in Power BI Service
You can now create personal bookmarks in Power BI. This is another feature that many users requested. Also Dataflows (still in preview) has been recently updated and it also support native queries to SQL Server and connector for MySQL, Teradata, and many more. Read more »
• Export Power BI report to PDF
Every page in a Power BI report can be included in a page of a PDF you can create exporting a Power BI report. This way you can have an offline report that just works. Read more »
• Measure Power Query execution time using SQL Server Profiler
Chris Webb explains how to measure the execution time of Power Query transformations by capturing specific events in SQL Server Profiler (free). The same techniques can be applied to Analysis Services, too! Read more »
• Power Query Source (preview)
Many years after the first rumors, the Power Query Source (preview) is finally available in the SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) data flow. And you can run SSIS in Azure Data Factory. Everything on the cloud. Read more »

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