Build your business models with ease using ValQ's Model Tab

Model tab is the first tab on ValQ where you can create the structure of your model and configure the node properties for your business-specific use case.

To understand the Model tab, its features have been explained in these major sections:

Let us have an overview of each section.

In the Power BI service, the model tab is available only in the Editing view.

To view the model in the reading view, you can enable this option - 'Enable Model tab in the Reading view' in the Settings menu.

1. Create Model

The first step is to choose how you would like to begin building the ValQ model. We'll look into the three ways to create a new model.

2. Model Editor

Editing a model involves structuring the entire layout of the model and setting up each node using features such as formulas, templates, bulk edit, node settings, display properties, and more.

3. Node Settings

Editing the model requires editing and configuring the node properties such as node name, type, configuration, simulation method, etc. - all of which are available in the Node Settings window.

4. Templates

While building a model, you can make use of the Template feature whenever you need to create a repetitive node structure. Templates are discussed in detail in this section.

5. Formula Functions

In this section, you can find information about Functions and Formula keywords.

6. Global Settings

You might need to use the Settings menu on the toolbar for configuring the global level settings of the visual anytime during the ValQ workflow. This is explained separately in the section Global Settings.

While we explore each of the above sections in the upcoming pages, let us first learn to get data into ValQ.

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