Tag: Cumulative Totals

DAX Cumulative Total Pattern In Power BI

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I’m going to show you some great resources and tips around DAX cumulative total pattern. These are helpful in a number of scenarios you’ll be facing as you continue to work on reports and dashboard within Power BI. You can find comprehensive information on this in the Enterprise DNA Forum. There’s a lot of great

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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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Creating A Pareto Chart In Power BI – Advanced DAX

Creating A Pareto Chart In Power BI - Advanced DAX

This blog tutorial showcases a really interesting example around Pareto analysis. I’m going to teach you how to create a Pareto chart using advanced DAX formulas. I’ll show you how to use a combination of formulas to be able to generate a visualization like this one. The first thing that I always recommend when working

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Showing Cumulative Total Only Up To A Specific Date In Power BI

In this tutorial, I’m going to cover a specific technique around Cumulative Total and budgeting information that you might be showing in your reports in Power BI. This is a very common question in the Enterprise DNA Support Forum. It’s usually asked when people are trying to do a comparison between their Cumulative Totals and

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Calculate Days Of Zero Stock – Power BI Inventory Management Insights

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I’m going to go over a unique piece of analysis here concerning Power BI Inventory Management. This idea came from a query on the Enterprise DNA support forum. The member wanted to work out how many days there were when the inventory was at zero. This is going to be based on stock movement data.

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