Power BI | Query editor exercise | Import a list of tall buildings and solve data problems

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Software ==> Power BI  (88 exercises)
Version ==> Latest update
Topic ==> Query editor  (8 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
Course ==> Introduction to Power BI
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Create a new Power BI report, and load data from the CSV file in the above folder.

Tidy the data up in Query Editor to get these columns:

Tidied list

You'll need to add a custom column for the average floor height of a building (it's the height in metres divided by the number of floors).

Back in Query Editor, use Column From Examples to add another column giving a description of each building:

Column by example

The description includes the building name, city and height.

 

Save this report as Reach for the sky, then close it down.

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