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.
Category: Time Intelligence
The Power BI running total is the perfect way to display patterns and changes on a specified data over time. In Power BI, there is a common combination of DAX functions that allow us to create a dynamic cumulative total on any report page. The DAX formula that we’re about to discuss is easy to
If you want to have a real-world example scenario of forecasting using Power BI, you’re in the right page. You’ll find in this tutorial a forecasting technique that you can surely implement in your own work environment. In the example, I compare my actual results to my forecasts and look at them cumulatively. The cumulative
When analyzing actual results in your data, you may sometimes want to compare it to a forecast or run rate. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to calculate a cumulative run rate based on some historical results. This came out as a request in the Enterprise DNA Support Forum where a member needed a forecast
This is a very unique example of Time Intelligence in Power BI, especially when working with workdays and weekends. This tutorial came ftom a request from the Enterprise DNA Support Forum, where a member needed to get the day for each weekday and the day of each weekend into their Date table. I’ve seen this