For this tutorial, we’ll branch out to some examples of time intelligence calculations using a combination of DAX functions. This kind of calculation is useful when you want to compare your business data over a certain period. You can do it by days, months, quarters, or years. Aside from the CALCULATE function, using other DAX
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For this tutorial, I’m going to cover some high-quality time-related insights directly from your supply chain metrics. This is connected to a tutorial I previously conducted about supply chain management. It involves a technique on managing a particular operational scenario about multiple dates. I also went through best practice tips on building the right model.
In this tutorial, we’re going to cover how to calculate quarter on quarter sales differences using time intelligence in Power BI. We’re not just going to do it at a granular level- we are going to try and analyze trends based on quarter on quarter sales. Sometimes when you are looking at something from a
In this example, we’ll run through a unique insight you can discover in Power BI. What we need to do is to combine a range of different formula techniques to get the intended result. If you do this inside your own models with your own customer segmentation analysis, you will discover high-quality insights that will
Through the example in this tutorial, you will see how powerful Power BI can be as an analytical tool. We will analyze a specific insight using Power BI analytics and then demonstrate it in a compelling way. This analytical work is seriously not possible in any way, shape, or form using existing tools like Excel.