Tag: CALCULATE function

Compare Data Points From Different Timeframes In One Visualization – Power BI

Compare Data Points From Different Timeframes In One Visualization - Power BI

In this blog I’ll show you how you can compare data from different timeframes within the same visualization. You can get amazing Power BI insights using this great technique with time-related DAX. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. I discovered this approach from the Enterprise DNA

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TOPN DAX To Showcase Top Customers This Period vs Last Period

TOPN DAX To Showcase Top Customers This Period vs Last Period

In today’s post, I want to show you a unique way of using the TOPN DAX ranking function to showcase your top clients over multiple periods. You can also watch the accompanying Power BI tutorial video below this post for more help. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of

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Power BI Report: Dynamic Segmentation Insights

Power-BI-Report--Dynamic-Segmentation-Insights

In today’s blog post, I want to show a segmentation technique inside Power BI. I also want to discuss the considerations that you need when using it across your entire Power BI report. This is a way of bringing additional insights to your data that you may not have been able to do so in

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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 DAX 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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