Category: Scenario Method Events

Time-Related Insights From Your Supply Chain Metric

For this tutorial, I’m going to cover some high-quality time-related insights directly from your supply chain metrics. This is connected to a tutorial I previously conducted about supply chain management. It involves a technique on managing a particular operational scenario about multiple dates. I also went through best practice tips on building the right model.

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Supply Chain Management Techniques In Power BI

Managing Your Supply Chain Data w/Power BI - Analysis Techniques

I recently ran a workshop on Supply Chain Management and I want to discuss the key insights from the session. This tutorial can be of great help if you have exposure to this kind of analysis in Power BI. Supply chain management happens within a certain business operation that involves the flow of goods and

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Creating A Pareto Chart In Power BI – Advanced DAX

Creating A Pareto Chart In Power BI - Advanced DAX

This blog tutorial showcases a really interesting example around Pareto analysis. I’m going to teach you how to create a Pareto chart using advanced DAX formulas. I’ll show you how to use a combination of formulas to be able to generate a visualization like this one. The first thing that I always recommend when working

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Using Advanced DAX For Multiple IF Statement In Power BI

In this article, I’m going to give you a tutorial about utilizing multiple IF statements in Power BI. This short tutorial is from a specific thread in the Enterprise DNA Support Forum. In the Enterprise DNA Support Forum, members ask questions and get assistance about everything and anything related to Power BI. It’s great to

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3 Ways To Combine Values Using DAX Inside Power BI

For this tutorial, I’ll be showing you different ways of how to combine values using advanced DAX functions. This is an amazing DAX formula and I’ll be teaching you three different ways of how to use it. The COMBINEVALUES function is not a difficult DAX function to understand. It’s very simple and is similar to

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