Tag: DAX training

Brand New 30 For 30 Launching This Week – 30 Video Tutorials In 30 Days

Brand New 30 For 30 Launching This Week - 30 Video Tutorials In 30 Days

Over the last couple of years, the Enterprise DNA TV channel has grown from strength to strength. We’ve gone from a low base of 0 subs up to now almost 20,000 subscribers and over 250 unique videos that can be viewed and watched by all Power BI users around the world. Currently, we average around

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Advanced Budgeting Insights in Power BI – FREE Training Workshop

Advanced Budgeting Insights in Power BI - FREE Training Workshop

The next free training workshop in the Enterprise DNA webinar series is here. You can register here – Advanced Budgeting Insights in Power BI The virtual workshop session will run for between 45-60 mins We are going to dive into various advanced budgeting techniques in Power BI during this one. Budgeting in Power BI is

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Understanding LASTNONBLANK For Use In Power BI

Understanding LASTNONBLANK For Use In Power BI

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. Most Power BI users, I would presume, don’t even realize that they can utilize the function

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Detailed Ranking Example Using DAX in Power BI

Enterprise DNA Video Tutorial Power BI Ranking Examples Using DAX

Power BI is an amazing analytical engine! Today I’m going to show you how you can find your top customers – not just as static numbers, but through time and through any time period you could want. This is the power of DAX combined with the data model at its best. In this example I

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Developing Sensitivity Analysis Logic Using DAX in Power BI

Enterprise DNA Video Tutorial Sensitivity Analysis Logic using DAX in Power BI

We’re getting specific today and really showcasing the analytical power of Power BI. Sensitivity analysis, or even running some ‘what ifs’ around this, allows you to almost predict what may happen in the future with your results. In this example I want to see what will happen to my profitability if I am able to

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