In this chapter, we learned about the data modeling components in Power BI Desktop. We learned about table and field properties; we looked at feature tables and how to make a table from our data model accessible across the organization; and we also learned how to build summary tables by creating calculated tables in DAX. We then dived deeper into one of the essential concepts in data modeling, which is relationships. We learned about different relationship cardinalities and filter propagation, and we also understood the concept of bidirectional relationships.
In the next chapter, Star Schema and Data Modeling Common Best Practices, we'll look at many of the concepts we learned about in this chapter in more detail.