Category: Scenario Analysis

Calculating Percent Profit Margins Using DAX in Power BI

Working out your profit margins in Power BI with a basic data set can seem like it requires a few steps. Maybe you think you need to use calculated columns to get the result. Well, you certainly don’t need to do that. There is a much simpler way. Using measures, you can start with simple

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Analyze Who Your Lost Customers Are Using Power BI & DAX

Use CALCULATE table function to determine the lost customers

In this example we’re going to dive into some customer churn analysis in Power BI. Power BI is an amazing tool for high-quality analytics. It does not have a close competitor at this point in time in my view. In this particular example, I’m going to show you how we can not only work out

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How You Can Predict Profitability In The Future Using Power BI

How You Can Predict Profitability In The Future Using Power BI

What I want to cover with this tutorial is an example of how you can predict profitability in the future using Power BI. I wanted to focus more on the concepts of what can be achieved here. In order to actually achieve this in Power BI, what you need is a number of different modelling

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Basket Analysis Introduction – Best Practice Tips For Power BI Using DAX

Basket Analysis For Power BI Using DAX

With Basket Analysis, what we’re trying to achieve is analyzing one grouping of products versus another grouping of products.  There’s plenty of application for this across Power BI. The theory we’re trying to work through with this type of analysis is if one grouping of products is bought with another grouping of products. By running

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Layering Multiple Scenarios Analysis Using DAX in Power BI

Layering Multiple Scenarios Analysis Using DAX in Power BI

I’m huge on scenario analysis in Power BI. Being able to input variables inside your calculations that you can ‘shock’ to effectively predict outcomes is so powerful when trying to make decisions. In Power BI you can complete this really efficiently, and you can combine many of the formula techniques with your data models and

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