Tag: Cumulative Totals

Calculate Days Of Zero Stock – Power BI Inventory Management Insights

Calculate Days Of Zero Stock - Inventory Management Insights wPower BI

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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Using ALLEXCEPT To Stop The Cumulative Total From Resetting

I’m going to go through an interesting scenario that you’ll probably land on when you’re trying to run a Cumulative Total inside of Power BI.  A member from the Enterprise DNA support forum posted this query. The member wanted to calculate a running balance like a Cumulative Total. The problem was every time a selection

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Show Cumulative Totals Unaffected By Date Slicer Selection In Power BI

In this blog post, you’ll learn how to show data from specific time frames as filtered by a date slicer without affecting the overall Cumulative Totals. This is based on a query on the Enterprise DNA Members-Only Support Forum. For sure, you’ll find this quite useful when facing a scenario similar to the example that

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Dynamically Calculate A Power BI Running Total Or Cumulative Total

The Power BI running total is the perfect way to display patterns and changes on a specified data over time. In Power BI, there is a common combination of DAX functions that allow us to create a dynamic cumulative total on any report page. The DAX formula that we’re about to discuss is easy to

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Sales Vs Budgets Insights – Extended Budget Allocation Formula

Actuals vs Budgets - Comparison Insights w/Power BI

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you an extended version of the ultimate Budget Allocation methodology that allows you to compare your Sales vs Budgets. The Budget Allocation formula allows you to solve data with mismatched granularities. For example, your Budgets could be at a monthly granularity while your Sales data could be at

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