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Power BI | Basic reports exercise | Create a matrix showing top websites by continent/type
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Open the Power BI report file in the above folder:
Choose to open an existing report (so you're opening an existing .pbix file, NOT getting data in a new report).
This file contains a table listing out the top websites in the world as of March 2019:
No huge surprises in the top 3 or 4!
Create a matrix analysing these as follows:
This matrix has a title and coloured totals.
On another page, create a matrix summarising the number of websites by continent and country:
This is easier said than done! You'll need to click on the two icons shown in the hints below to achieve this.
These are the icons you'll need to use:
|This is above the matrix||This is in the Row headers category|
Save this report with the same name, then close it down.