As you progress in Power BI, you will gradually be working with more DAX measures and calculations, and things can easily get cluttered. For today’s tutorial, I will share a few data modeling techniques on how to organize your DAX measures better for a more efficient workflow. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at
Tag: DAX Measures
In this blog post, we are going to take a look at a question that was asked on the Enterprise DNA forum and use a DAX language Power BI technique to solve it. In case you want to follow along and download the files, just visit the Enterprise DNA forum and go to this link.
For this blog, I’d like to give you an overview of how you can speed up your Power BI development. I always think about ways on how we, at the Enterprise DNA community, can empower ourselves and the Power BI community to develop more quickly inside Power BI. I’ve observed many areas of inefficiencies around
I’d like to continue exploring the dynamic uses of the DAX function COLUMNSTATISTICS() – a new, almost entirely undocumented DAX function added to Power BI in August 2021 that has some very unique aspects that I think will be very interesting to get familiar with. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at
In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create Power BI DAX measures for events in progress. These events could come in the form of orders in progress or sales in progress, depending on the nature of your report. Basically, the challenge here is calculating results when there is more than one date