Tag: DAX formula

Deep Dive Into The TREATAS Function – Virtual Relationships For Power BI

In this example, I dive into one of the most advanced DAX functions in Power BI┬ácalled TREATAS. If you can understand TREATAS, you’ll see that it has so many applications for you across all reports and dashboards which you might be creating inside of Power BI desktop. TREATAS will helps greatly in the simplification of

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Creating Dynamic Ranking Tables Using RANKX In Power BI

I really like using this unique technique inside of Power BI to create dynamic ranking tables. What do I mean by Dynamic Ranking Tables? Dynamic tables showcase a range of information dynamically in a table, but the information that are showing are based off a specific ranking on a singular calculation. In this particular example,

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Understanding LASTNONBLANK For Use In Power BI

The LASTNONBLANK function is an interesting DAX formula that you can utilize in a number of different ways inside of Power BI. It is not a very used DAX formula because of the complexities around how it calculates results. Most Power BI users, I would presume, don’t even realize that they can utilize the function

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Deep Dive Into ALLSELECTED – DAX Function In Power BI

The ALLSELECTED function inside of Power BI is a complex DAX function. It is one of the more advanced functions that you can utilize within your reports and dashboards. In my view, it is one that you have to learn well. You can’t just forget about it and not focus on ways you can utilize

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Using The ALL Function In Power BI For High Quality Insights

This video tutorial shows you how you can use the ALL Function in Power BI to showcase unique insights. Think about this one from a deeper analytical perspective. We’re going to dive into the average order size for sales we may be making across a variety of different products. If you’re selling to a lot

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