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I know there have been previous posts on this topic, but I am yet to find a solution to this problem. Most of the data that I need to use in Power BI reports, I can not aggregate or summarize into a Sum/Average/Max/Min/etc. I require to show the data as it is found.

Please! Can someone show how to report data values with out changing the value to a Sum/Average etc, in Service and Desktop?? In my Desktop version, the Modeling tab, the default summariztion option is not active, so I am unable to select any option there.

Please tell me how I can show actual data numbers with out summarizing into a Sum/Average/etc modification.

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I attended a Power BI workshop seminar here in town last week, and was able to discover the solution of setting the default summarization to Don't summarize.

So, that seems to be resolve my problem.

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sharingempathy July 6, 2014 at 6:04 pm

I was also no where near college in 1994. Just so we are all good and clear.

Audrey July 6, 2014 at 6:32 pm

Ok. This article really baffled me. I’m going to try to keep my response as brief as possible here.

1) This article really takes issue with the fact that young queers of today aren’t banded together on one united front. I’m baffled by this. I mean, yeah, generally we all have the same goals: economic opportunity, healthcare, safety, etc. But once we move past the platitudes, how much unity of experience IS there?

I think one of the most important developments in queer politics lately is the recognition of the fact that queers are NOT a monolith. Like, yes, things have gotten better for queer people in the past thirty years. But they’ve gotten better to differing degrees for different segments of the queer community. And for some INEXPLICABLE reason, these divisions follow lines of cultural inequality: things have gotten better for white queers than they have for POC queers, things have gotten better for cis queers than they have for trans queers, things have gotten better for male queers than they have for female queers. etc. So yeah, if you’re a white upper middle class cisgender gay boy growing up in SF, your queer childhood is probably pretty good. If you’re a gay trans girl growing up in rural Tennessee, your childhood is probably not as good. And therefore, one of the CRITICAL things to acknowledge is that different segments of the queer community have different experiences and different needs.

Look, I’m a gay trans woman. And one of the things you learn fast while being a gay trans woman is that just because you meet someone else who’s a part of the queer community doesn’t mean they understand jackshit about your experience. Just because somebody is gay or bi or pan doesn’t mean that they have any sense of how to interact with a trans woman or what being a trans woman is like. And you can say that being queer isn’t automatically a death sentence anymore, but I think a lot of the young trans women I know are going to have a long, bitter laugh over that one.

TRUST ME. The days of being bullied, of being assaulted, of being molested and raped, of being attacked are FAR from over. And if you think they are, then you are laughably disconnected from reality for many queers who are marginalized across multiple domains of oppression. All you have to do is read our words and hear our stories to appreciate that.

Are there young queers who are cashing out on a culture of victimhood? Yes. Are there young queers who are passing themselves off as more marginalized then they actually are? Yeah, definitely! There are always assholes. But the fact is, discounting and disbelieving their stories sets a precedent for discounting and disbelieving the stories of every young queer who claims to have been victimized. And that’s a terrifying prospect for a lot of us. For many of us, our stories are all we have. Our words are all we have. We’ve got no other proof, so if you choose not to believe us, there’s nothing we can do. So really, it’s a question of risk and benefit. Is it worth the risk of further isolating the real victims of hatred and violence in order to construct a culture of disbelief so that we can, what, believe that things really truly HAVE “gotten better?” That all of our hard work paid off?

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