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Slowly Changing Dimension (SCD) in Power BI, Part 2, Implementing SCD 1

Slowly Changing Dimension (SCD) in Power BI, Part 2, Implementing SCD 1

In this post, we continue to explore the concept of Slowly Changing Dimension (SCD) in Business Intelligence solutions by delving into how to implement SCD1 in Power BI. While SCD2 may be outside the scope of Power BI, we can still handle similar scenarios through SCD1 implementation. The scenario we consider is that of a retail company selling products. By following the techniques outlined in this post, you can learn to handle such scenarios effectively on Power BI.

For an in-depth understanding of SCD implementation in Power BI, continue reading the post at BI Insight

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