If you want to have a real-world example scenario of forecasting using Power BI, you’re in the right page. You’ll find in this tutorial a forecasting technique that you can surely implement in your own work environment. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. In the example,
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Getting totals correct inside Power BI reports can sometimes be the most frustrating thing when utilizing DAX measures. You might probably get into certain situations where your Totals for DAX measures aren’t adding up the way you want them to. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. DAX
We’re going to review a unique customer insight in this example. Specifically, we’re going to understand how to work out the number of customers with multiple product purchases. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. While this might seem like a relatively logical calculation, there’s actually more
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.
Have you ever thought it would be nice to work out what the most optimal outcome is from your scenario analysis work that you’re doing inside of Power BI? In this tutorial, I show you exactly how you can discover this and also include sensitivity analysis techniques to your what-if parameter and scenario analysis work.