How to Navigate Hierarchies on a Visual in Power BI


In Power BI reports various features are used to enhance the reporting experience.  A hierarchy is a ordered set of values that are linked to the level above. An example of a hierarchy could be Country, State, and City. Cities are in a State, and States make up a Country.  In Power BI visuals can handle hierarchy data and provide controls for the user to navigate up and down the hierarchy. This tutorial walks you through how to use hierarchies inside a visual.

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