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Power BI | Filtering data exercise | Filter a list of popular websites and apply a slicer
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Open the Power BI report in the above folder - it contains a list of the most popular websites in the world as of the start of 2019 (ish).
Apply a filter to your matrix so that it misses out any categories containing the text porn (this is a family-oriented course, after all).
The number of sites should fall from 69 (the number shown in the default Wikipedia dataset) to 63.
Create a slicer allowing someone to choose a continent:
What you should see if you choose Europe.
Curious to know which those 8 Internet services and products sites are for Europe? Right-click on the number 8 to find out:
You may be disappointed by the Europeanness of the sites when you see the underlying data ...
Save this report as Filtered list, then close it down.