9. Creating Product HierarchyHierarchy in the data can be represented in Power BI only if all the columns representing the hierarchy are present in the same table. For a step by step guide on this: https://powerbitraining.com.au/data-model-common-issues-and-solution-9-power-bi-training-in-sydney-power-bi-training-in-melbourne/https://powerbitraining.com.au/data-model-common-issues-and-solution-10-power-bi-training-in-sydney-power-bi-training-in-melbourne/https://powerbitraining.com.au/data-model-common-issues-and-solution-11-power-bi-training-in-sydney-power-bi-training-in-melbourne/https://powerbitraining.com.au/working-with-multiple-fact-tables-power-bi-training-in-sydney-power-bi-training-in-melbourne/1. Click on Sales Target Table in the Fields Pane. 2. Click on New Measure. 3. Type the following DAX expression in the Formula Bar.
4. Add the Target Measure in the Values for both Table Visualizations.
It can be seen that target shows values only if the correct scope is accessed. It does not show any value in the second table avoiding any misinterpretations.
Power BI is a data modeling and visualization tool. This tool has an amazing visualization capacity and often this capacity is thought of as dragging and dropping fields into the selection area. This practice leads to misleading values and effects the credibility of the report. In this blog post, the issue of misleading interpretations is discussed.
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