In this video, Angelica will show you how to create relationships when Power BI does not automatically detect them for you. Using the new Relationship Pane, she will also show you how to make modifications to an existing relationship.
n Microsoft Power BI, you can use the "Relationships" pane to create relationships between different tables of data in your dataset. A relationship is a connection between two tables that allows you to link data from one table to another, based on a common field or columns.
To create a relationship between tables in Power BI, you can follow these steps:
In the "Relationships" pane, click the "New" button.
The "Relationships" pane is a useful tool for organizing and managing data in Power BI, as it allows you to create relationships between tables and link data from different sources in a consistent and logical way.
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