In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a composite model and use DirectQuery on a Power BI dataset or in Azure Analysis Services. The previous tutorials have discussed the MEASURE, COLUMN, and TABLE keywords. In some specific cases, the DAX engine automatically writes these keywords even if you didn’t explicitly use them. You’ll learn
Tag: DAX Studio Examples
In this tutorial, you’ll learn about various keywords and functions in DAX Studio with a specific query example for each one. Specifically, you’ll learn about the ORDER BY and START AT keywords, along with the TOPNSKIP and ADDMISSINGITEMS functions. DAX Query Example: ORDER BY Keyword The ORDER BY keyword allows you to sort a dataset.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn about the TABLE keyword in DAX Studio. The TABLE keyword allows you to create tables inside your DAX query. This is a continuation of a series of tutorials on the different keywords that you can use when creating DAX queries. Before diving into this topic, make sure to read first
In this tutorial, we’ll look at the DAX Studio Keyword, MEASURE. Before diving into this topic, be sure to read first on the EVALUATE and DEFINE keywords. The example query used in this tutorial is a continuation of these two keywords. Ideally, the base measure shouldn’t be written as COUNTROWS for the Sales Table. Instead,
After EVALUATE, the next one you need to learn is the DEFINE keyword. In this tutorial, we’ll go through an overview of what the DEFINE keyword is, and how it’s used in DAX Studio. Specific examples are discussed along the way. Using the DEFINE Keyword In DAX Studio DEFINE is a keyword that defines entities