APIs are one of the things we often come across when working with data. In this blogpost we’ll have a look at some ways of extracting data out of them with Python in an efficient way.
Splitting datasets and reports into separate PBIX files is a very common way of managing Power BI reports. But dividing sets and reports can result in a headache or two. Let our blog be your Power BI painkiller.
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A client asked if we could provide a simple form of monitoring on a part of a provided solution. For this particular source, our client asked us to send a simple email with record counts to a mailing list. No problem! Let's get to work
One of our most-read blogpost of all times without a doubt is the one in which Frederik Vandeputte explains how you can create a Power BI date table in just two steps. To make it even easier for you, we made a step-by-step video to build your own date table in just a few minutes.