Tag: Iterating Functions DAX

Simple Power BI Measures – Beginners’ Tutorial and Best Practices

I’m going to show you some simple Power BI measures you can start with. These can give you a good foundation on what kind of insights Power BI can give you. Understanding these simple Power BI measures is key to easing into more advanced techniques later on. One thing you have to remember if you’re

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Using AVERAGEX In Power BI – A DAX Tutorial & Examples

Using The AVERAGEX Function - DAX Tutorial & Examples

AVERAGEX in Power BI is an incredibly versatile function. It’s not just for averaging values; it’s also great for trend analysis. I discussed the use of AVERAGEX for trend analysis in the Enterprise DNA Learning Summit. A link to the event can be found below. But in this post, I’m going to focus more on

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Dynamically Calculating The Previous Highest Result Using DAX Functions

DAX functions greatly expand dynamic calculations. They also broaden the other important capabilities in Power BI.  In this tutorial, we’ll discuss how you can dynamically calculate the previous highest result in Power BI. We’ll also be learning the right combination of formula and techniques for this particular calculation. By doing a dynamic calculation, we can

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DAX Functions In Power BI: Using Iterators

Iterating DAX functions in Power BI or iterators are key concepts to learn and understand well. I made several tutorials around how and when to use these functions in DAX formulas. However, I’ve seen a few confusions with these functions in the Enterprise DNA Forum, so I thought it would be a good idea to discuss some of these issues encountered by Enterprise DNA members and show you the solutions.  As you learn more and go deeper into DAX formulas, you’ll find yourself

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Working With Iterating Functions In DAX

Iterating Formulas Deep Dive Power BI

I’ve seen some confusion with iterating functions in DAX whenever I work with Enterprise DNA members in the forum. So we will do a review of what can be achieved using these functions and why you should use them. As you get more into DAX formulas, you will use these iterating functions a lot more

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