Tag: DAX Calculations

Top Customer Per Product – Power BI Analysis

This tutorial involves finding out your top customer per product using an advanced Power BI analysis. This example perfectly shows how Power BI can generate practical insights once you utilize it effectively. There’s just no other tool out there that’s as versatile and flexible as Power BI. In Power BI, you can quickly and easily

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Using AVERAGEX In Power BI – A DAX Tutorial & Examples

Using The AVERAGEX Function - DAX Tutorial & Examples

AVERAGEX in Power BI is an incredibly versatile function. It’s not just for averaging values; it’s also great for trend analysis. I discussed the use of AVERAGEX for trend analysis in the Enterprise DNA Learning Summit. A link to the event can be found below. But in this post, I’m going to focus more on

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Why Your Total Is Incorrect – A Key Power BI Concept

Why Your Total Is Incorrect In Power BI - The Key DAX Concept To Understand

I want to dive into one key Power BI concept that could be causing incorrect totals. Although there are different scenarios, there is a simple way to fix this problem. The key thing is understanding why the total is incorrect. Sample Data Using Total Revenue For this example, I have the Total Revenue for every

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Calculating Dynamic Profit Margins – Easy Power BI Analysis With DAX

Calculating Dynamic Profit Margins - Easy Power BI Analysis With DAX

I want to go over how to calculate dynamic profit margins in Power BI. This is something I consider to be quite straightforward if you’ve been using Power BI for some time. But if you’re just starting out, this could be challenging to piece together. This kind of information is something that most organizations need.

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Advanced Tips To Optimize Your Power BI Table

This tutorial showcases some advanced tips to optimize your Power BI table. I’ll show you how to break out your large table into multiple ones. This concern is quite common across legal database systems with huge flat files of information. Huge tables need to be broken down into simpler tables for easy information management. Most

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