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- Filtering data (9)
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Power BI | Filtering data exercise | Hidden and visible synced slicers
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|Software ==>||Power BI (92 exercises)|
|Version ==>||Latest update|
|Topic ==>||Filtering data (9 exercises)|
|Level ==>||Average difficulty|
|Classroom ==>||Introduction to Power BI / Fast track Power BI and DAX / Fast track Power BI|
|Online ==>||Introduction to Power BI / Fast track Power BI and DAX / Fast track Power BI|
- Go into SQL Server Management Studio;
- Open the SQL file you've just unzipped (you can press CTRL + O to do this); then
- Execute this script.
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Import data from the Make-a-Mammal database (installing if you haven't already) by selecting the following tables:
Power BI should import the relationship. If it doesn't, connect the ProductID fields in both tables.
The goal is to create a report with one page of slicers which filter a second page containing no slicers but has a table. Create the first page like this:
A variety of slicers including: a vertical dropdown, horizontal list and numeric slider.
Then add a page that has a visualisation containing the Quantity sales for the Animal column.
Currently selecting values on the slicer page will have no affect on this visual. Don't believe me? Give it a try now.
To have filters affecting other pages, we can turn on Sync Slicers on the view tab:
The funnel determines which slicers will have their values synced. Whilst the eye choose which pages the slicer can be seen.
Repeat for each slicer then save as Synchronised swimi...err Slicing.pbix.