Category: Power BI

PowerApps Navigation Context Overview

In this tutorial, we’ll discuss the context of PowerApps navigation. We’ll be using the Back and Navigate functions to change which screen is displayed in our applications. Most apps contain multiple screens. Providing user-friendly PowerApps navigation allows the users to efficiently navigate through those application screens. On the reference page, let’s click Navigate and see

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CALCULATE Function – How It Can Affect Your Calculations On Power BI

In this tutorial, I want to show you what the CALCULATE function can do through a few examples. CALCULATE is one of the most frequently used functions in Power BI. It dictates the context being applied to any measure and removes any existing filters in place. Using CALCULATE Function For Total Sales To truly understand

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Using DAX TOPN To Calculate Last N Weeks Trend

This tutorial will discuss and solve Problem Of The Week #5 in the Enterprise DNA forum using the DAX TOPN function. The problem requires a solution with 4 requirements. One requirement of the problem is to calculate the dynamic Last N Weeks Trends of a COVID-19 data report. You can watch the full video of

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Choose Specific Date In Power BI Using DAX Calculation

This tutorial will discuss about choosing a specific date in your Power BI data reports. The material used in this tutorial comes from the Enterprise DNA Forum. You’ll learn how to solve the problem and understand the methods used. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. Understanding

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PowerApps Functions And Formulas | An Introduction

In this tutorial, we’ll be learning about PowerApps functions and formulas. This gives us a good foundation in creating the rest of our Power App by ourselves. We can use PowerApps functions and formulas to improve the functionality and change the behavior in our Power Apps canvas app. PowerApps Functions And Formula Reference Microsoft has

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