SSAS - TABULAR EXERCISES▼
- Creating a data model (2)
- Excel pivot tables (1)
- PowerView (2)
- Power BI Desktop overview (1)
- Other data sources (1)
- Calculated columns (4)
- Measures (3)
- Changing query context (2)
- The EARLIER Function (1)
- DAX queries (3)
- Date calculations (3)
- Hierarchies (1)
- KPIs (2)
- Perspectives (1)
- Prototyping using PowerPivot (1)
- Security (2)
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Open the Word document called Sightings in the above folder, and copy the two tables it contains into a new project/model in SSAS Tabular. Create a relationship to get the following data model:
The data model should record sightings of different animals.
Create calculated columns allowing you to show the following pivot table:
The pivot table should show 1 sighting of Not known animals, since unicorns don't exist in the parent Animals table.
You should be able to combine the ISBLANK and ISRELATED functions to achieve this.