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Optimizing Queries For A Faster DAX Performance

Optimizing Queries For A Faster DAX Performance

This tutorial will talk about optimizing your queries in DAX Studio. You’ll also learn how to mitigate the presence of the CallBackDataID if ever they appear in your calculations. This will help improve DAX’s performance in generating accurate data. If you recall from previous blog posts, CallBackDataID appears when the storage engine asks help from

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Materialization Ideas For Data Caches In DAX Studio

Materialization Ideas For Data Caches In DAX Studio

This tutorial will discuss about materialization for data caches in DAX Studio. This post will show how it affects your calculation while generating results with your query. You’ll learn which materialization is better in order to maximize DAX’s performance. There are two ideas of materialization: Early Materialization and Late Materialization. Early Materialization Early Materialization is

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Data Caches In A DAX Calculation

Data Caches In A DAX Calculation

In this tutorial, you’ll learn about what data caches do in a DAX calculation. You’ll understand how they work with the formula and storage engines to provide answers to your queries. What Are Data Caches? The storage engine interacts with the formula engine in the form of a data cache. If you recall from the

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Query Performance And DAX Studio Setup

This tutorial will discuss about setting up DAX Studio and measuring query performance in Power BI. These information will help detect bottlenecks in the query so that you can eliminate them and optimize your DAX. Setting Up DAX Studio Open the DAX Studio tool and connect your model. In this example, the EDNA Optimizing DAX

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Power BI Storage Engine: Simple Math Operations

Power BI Storage Engine- Simple Math Operations

Today’s post will talk about how the storage engine in Power BI can do mathematical operations. This tutorial is helpful if you want to get combined figures without a column or a table. When dealing with easy measures or codes, the best practice is to send them into the VertiPaq storage engine. Unlike the formula

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