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JustNewbie
Helper I
Helper I

From Power Query to PowerBI

Hi,

Previously I have done the data cleaning in Power Query, how do I transfer/export the clean file to PowerBI so I no need to repeat the cleaning steps in PowerBI again?

 

Thanks.

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vannda21
Helper I
Helper I

No need to clean it again if you have already done it in the power query since mostly we use power query to pre-processing/Transform data (like you said clean data) so you are good to go, just click on Close & Apply and work on your data that has already been cleaned. You can add your data to visualization or calculate new columns with your cleaned data in Power BI.

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vannda21
Helper I
Helper I

No need to clean it again if you have already done it in the power query since mostly we use power query to pre-processing/Transform data (like you said clean data) so you are good to go, just click on Close & Apply and work on your data that has already been cleaned. You can add your data to visualization or calculate new columns with your cleaned data in Power BI.

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