Tag: DAX formula

DAX Calculations: Total Of Average Results

This is a unique example of DAX calculations in Power BI. I will show you how you can calculate the total of a range of average results, utilizing the correct DAX formula combination. This requires a reasonable understanding of how iterating functions work within Power BI. These are functions like SUMX, AVERAGEX, MINX, MAXX. Usually

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Running Totals in Power BI: How To Calculate Using DAX Formula

Sometimes calculating running totals in Power BI is a far better away to analyse trends than just looking at actual results on a daily basis. That’s why I’m going to show you in this example how you can implement a running total calculation which is dynamic, and flows and integrates well with the rest of

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Calculating Average in Power BI: Isolating Weekday or Weekend Results Using DAX

Calculating an average in Power BI can be done in many ways to give you precise information for your business reports. However, sometimes calculating average sales per day may not be enough. You might run into a scenario where you only sell during weekdays. If you run an averaging pattern in Power BI and you

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Using The ALL Function In Power BI For High Quality Insights

This blog post will show you how to use the ALL function in Power BI to effectively showcase unique insights and differentials in your numbers. We’re going to dive into the average order size for the sales we may be making across a variety of different products. This tutorial will also show you how to

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Explore Forecasting Logic In Your Power BI Models Using DAX

Explore Forecasting Logic In Your Power BI Models Using DAX

It doesn’t get more real world than the video below for an application of Power BI to provide great insight. In the example I run though here, I want to compare my actual results to my forecasted results. Not only that – I want to view these cumulatively. The cumulative totals give me a much

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