When you get more and more into DAX formulas, you will see the world of analytical opportunities immeasurably expand for you. In this example I show you by just how much. I’m going to combine some pretty advanced DAX logic and then build upon it by combining the initial calculation with another one. This is
We covered a lot in this Enterprise DNA webinar series session. Great interaction from all those attending…appreciate all the positive feedback. I enjoy seeing those passionate about completing great analytical work in Power BI get a lot out of these. I mentioned in the lead up that I would cover a number of areas of
Today I’m going to run through my best practice tips for organizing your Power BI models. Trust me when I tell you that placing some good organization rules into your models is going to help you immensely as you start developing more advanced techniques inside of Power BI. If I was to give you one
We’re going to get slightly more advanced today, but I love this type of stuff in Power BI. Using DAX measures to dynamically group your data is so powerful. You’re building out your data models and creating many different filters and ways to slice your data. Remember, these likely don’t exist in your original datasets,
Did you know there is a way to create groups virtually in Power BI? I was so happy when I discovered this, as it allows you to quickly and effectively create another grouping dimension in your datasets or data tables. The Power BI team has made it so easy to implement and edit as well.