Power BI provides several mechanisms for segmenting data. These include the ability to use groups, hierarchies, and row-level security. Segmenting data allows you to partition or group individual rows of data into logical units that make sense to an organization. This helps to ensure that business rules are enforced or that metrics can be shown in a manner that is more easily digestible by business users versus looking at individual rows of data.
The easiest way to see grouping in Power BI is to simply use visualizations to summarize data. We do see this by following these steps:
- Create a new page, Page 3, in Power BI Desktop on the Report view.
- While on this page, expand the Calendar table and choose...