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Power BI | Filtering data exercise | Create a numeric and normal slicer for viewing pizzas
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Open the Power BI report in the above folder:
Initially the report just lists out every pizza served by Pizza Express (as of March 2019).
You don't want to be a pig! Add a numeric slicer allowing you to limit the calorie choice you face:
Limit your choices to pizzas having up to 1,000 calories.
You don't want to be a pig, but you don't want someone to have stolen the middle of your pizza either. Add a slicer allowing you to choose by pizza type:
Make your slicer horizontal, and select Classic.
It's surely got to be a Sloppy Guiseppe!
The remaining choices.
Save this report as Slicer Pizza, then close it down.