Tag: Cumulative Totals

Create Dynamic Cumulative Totals Using DAX In Power BI

Create Dynamic Cumulative Totals Using DAX In Power BI

In this tutorial, we’re going to do a deep dive into the cumulative total formula combination that can be used in Power BI. Cumulative totals are a great way of showing trends over time and then also showcasing differences in trends between different timeframes. There is a common combination of DAX functions to use that

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Explore Forecasting Logic In Your Power BI Models Using DAX

Explore Forecasting Logic In Your Power BI Models Using DAX

It doesn’t get more real world than the video below for an application of Power BI to provide great insight. In the example I run though here, I want to compare my actual results to my forecasted results. Not only that – I want to view these cumulatively. The cumulative totals give me a much

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Cumulatively Compare Information Over Different Months

Cumulatively Compare Information Over Different Months

Showcasing your results cumulatively is such a powerful way to visualize your data over time, especially if you are trying to show the difference in performance from one time period to another. When you try to present this at a daily or even monthly level, identifying the trend isn’t always so obvious. When you place

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Cumulative Totals In Power BI Without Any Dates – Advanced DAX

Cumulative Totals In Power BI Without Any Dates - Advanced DAX

In this example, I’m going to show how you can create Cumulative Totals which are not over dates in Power BI. To create cumulative totals over dates inside of Power BI is not too difficult. There’s a set of formula pattern that you can utilize and reuse for whatever type of cumulative total results you

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Cumulative Totals Across Averages & Dynamic Date Logic – Advanced DAX

Cumulative Totals Across Averages & Dynamic Date Logic - Advanced DAX

Today I wanted to cover a unique technique around cumulative totals inside of Power BI. Usually, when we are reviewing cumulative totals we are analyzing them over a date or over a month and year. What we are going to do here though, is we’re going to analyze them versus the month. This particular example

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