Filtering data is inevitable in modern reporting solutions. It is rare these days when you need to create a report that simply counts the rows or performs simple calculations over every row in a table.
One of the many excellent features of interactive tools such as Power BI is how they can apply filters interactively over the underlying data. If you click around on visuals in a report page, other visuals react and respond dynamically to show you new values representative of the selection you just made.
This is mostly implicit filtering that happens automatically due to ...