Introduction to M, the Power Query Formula Language

Its name is Power Query Formula Language. But if you call it that, no one will know what you are talking about. The original informal language name M seems to have stuck, and even the Microsoft documentation refers to M. Every time you create a query in Power Query, whether in Excel or Power BI, […]
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Creating Functions in M, The Power Query Formula Language

You have to be careful with economic data (with economists, too, but that’s an entirely different story). Is the data seasonally adjusted? Do the numbers represent current values or have they been adjusted to reflect the dollar’s average value in 2010? For such reasons, it is not uncommon for economists to annotate tables of data. […]
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