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POWER BI DESKTOP EXERCISES
Exercise: Import 2015-2016 crime data and set up linked slicers
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Create a new Power BI Desktop file, and import into it the 2015/16 crime statistics in the Excel workbook in the above folder (you can see where the data came from at this page, although there are a lot of datasets to choose from there!).
Delete columns in Query Editor so that you're left with these ones:
The only columns you'll need for this exercise.
Now create a text box, 3 slicers and a chart to compare the number of crimes for any type of offence across the police forces of England and Wales:
You'll need to make sure child slicers don't affect parent ones, as well as applying colour saturation.
Save this as Set fire to the brain, and close down your current instance of Power BI Desktop.