Tag: DAX Formulas

DAX Variables And Comments To Simplify Formulas

Simplify DAX Formulas Using Variables And Comments

In this tutorial, we’re going to discuss the easiest way to simplify DAX formulas using variables and comments in Power BI. DAX codes can become complex and hard to comprehend once they get more advanced. If we don’t optimize them, other Power BI users within the organization will have a difficult time understanding the data

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DAX Formula Writing Techniques In Power BI

DAX Formula Writing Techniques In Power BI

In this tutorial, we’ll talk about DAX formula writing techniques and how to simplify models in Power BI. We’ll discuss the key functions and methods to organize and make our model’s interface friendlier and easier to operate. The methods we’re going to go through are formula syntax, measure groups, and formatting DAX codes in Power

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Power BI And Excel: Difference In DAX Formulas

In this blog, I will quickly discuss the main difference between Power BI DAX and Excel formulas. I’ll show you some examples to help you see this better. I’m going to use the data that I used in the previous blog that tackled the differences between Measures and Calculated Columns. Let’s get straight to it.

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What Is DAX? Understanding Its Meaning, Importance And Use

Once you understand transformations and data modeling, you can finally start working on visualizations on your reports. This would require a deeper understanding of DAX. What Is DAX? What is DAX and why is it important? DAX stands for Data Analysis Expressions. DAX is the formula language within Power BI. This is where Power BI’s

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Calculating A Rolling Average In Power BI Using DAX

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to calculate a dynamic Rolling Average in Power BI using the ALLSELECTED function. Rolling Averages can give you valuable insights into a variety of data, especially in Sales. This dashboard shows how many sales are made per day and the amount of revenue earned. There’s a

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