Tag: Advanced DAX

DAX Examples In Power BI – Advanced DAX Formulas

In this tutorial, I’ll show you some advanced formulas and DAX examples using different functions in Power BI. Some of the functions that you’ll encounter in the examples below are CALCULATE, FILTER, MAX, ALLSELECTED, and many more. But before you begin, make sure to optimize your measures. I always recommend using measure groups to make

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Using Table Functions In Power BI

I want to introduce you to a group of functions in Power BI called table functions. These functions include FILTER and ALL which we already used or mentioned in other topics. There is a whole range of other table functions which includes functions like VALUES, TOPN, and ADDCOLUMNS. However, we are not going to cover

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How To Use Simple Filters In Power BI

In this article, I am going to give you an overview of simple filters in Power BI. We have already done a few examples regarding this so it should not be too difficult to pick up. I am doing these demonstrations in tables for a good reason. It is easier to understand how formulas work

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Introduction To Advanced DAX in Power BI

In this tutorial I want to show you some samples of Advanced DAX calculations in Power BI. After going through the basics, I’ll now demonstrate some advanced functions and formulas that are key to computing more complicated calculations. I won’t cover every formula or function, but instead I’ll give you an overview of a few

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DAX Measures In Power BI Using Measure Branching

Build DAX measures using measures. This is what I call measure branching. This technique is one of the most important development strategies that you need to learn. Measure branching in Power BI is about creating advanced measures within a measure itself. I always recommend that you start with simple DAX measures first so you can

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