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Connecting to SQL Server & Query Folding | Power BI Tutorial

Connecting to SQL Server & Query Folding | Power BI Tutorial

This tutorial walks you through the process of connecting to a SQL server and optimizing data transformations using query folding in Power Query. Power Query provides a range of data extraction and manipulation capabilities for data from various sources, including SQL servers. Query folding allows for offloading data transformations to the source, resulting in improved query performance.

By learning how to connect to SQL servers and leverage query folding, you can streamline data preparation and analysis activities and accelerate your data-driven insights. This tutorial is a valuable resource for data analysts and business intelligence professionals looking to improve their Power Query skills and maximize the value of their data.

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