Anywhere in the table or PivotTable can be clicked. Select Insert > Slicer from the Home tab. Select the check boxes for the fields you want to display in the Insert Slicers dialogue box, then click OK. For each field you select, a slicer will be produced.
Columns and rows are the only places where filters can be applied. Slicers are free-floating devices that can be moved to any location. You can, for example, place a slicer next to your pivot chart or even within the chart area to have the chart contents updated in real time with the touch of a button.
Slicers and filters are both visual elements, thus they have the same flexibility of movement as the other visualisations on the report. This is a huge benefit and a huge disadvantage at the same time.
Slicers for numeric ranges.
Date slicers that are relative.
Slicers of relative time.
Slicers that are responsive and resizable.
Multiple-field hierarchical slicers.
The major distinction between a slicer and a filter in Power BI is that a slicer is an on-canvas, dynamic feature, whereas a filter (in this example, page level) is a hidden, static feature. A filter can also refine an entire report, a single page, or a single graphic on the canvas.
some excercise should be there. I have not studied standerd deviation of population in second module but question has been asked.
Shringa A G
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