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Now that Power BI has released dataflows and with the ability to share datasets across reports in Power BI, we’ve been asked, what are the differences between dataflows and datasets and when should I use one vs the other? In this post I’ll discuss the similarities, differences, and use cases for Power BI dataflows and shared datasets.
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