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Today I am going to speak to you about Exam DA-100: Analyzing Data with Microsoft Power BI. I will talk about my experience, how I passed the exam, and then give you some tips to help you be successful too. All the links needed to access a suggestion is located on the last page. Enjoy!
For Power BI users, a problem often encountered is that they want to put the measure on the axis, but find that it cannot be achieved. Especially beginners want to do this habitually. Below I will give an example to explain this problem.
Basic situation: After a period of merchandise sales, a group of sales representatives will face performance evaluation.
The default display style of Power BI (whether it is a table or a matrix) is nothing more than interlaced display. Such a layout cannot help us intuitively find the details of each country at a glance. The conditional format in PowerBI can help us solve this kind of problem very well.
This article uses a simple example to briefly introduce how to change the interlaced background style of the table/matrix based on measures and custom columns.