Tag: Iterating Functions

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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How To Use Iterating Functions To Fix Total Issues In Power BI – DAX Concepts

How To Use Iterating Functions To Solve Total Issues In Power BI - DAX Concepts

I’m going to show you today how to use iterating functions when you’re trying to fix Total issues in Power BI. When I go through the questions posted on the Enterprise DNA support forum for members, I see a lot of people having issues with the Totals they get on their report regardless if they’re

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Getting Started With The “What If” Parameter In Power BI

The possibilities of using the What If parameter in Power BI is deemed endless. It gives users and businesses the flexibility to design a solution for the critical answers and insights that they need. In the recent Enterprise DNA learning summit, we had a successful session regarding the usage and implementation of What If Parameter

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Procurement Decisions Model And Analysis In Power BI

In this tutorial, we’re going to dive into some procurement analysis or purchasing decision-making within organizations. This tutorial demonstrates the versatility of Power BI when it comes to helping make insightful decisions for a procurement division. I’m going to run through an intro example where we’ll start from raw data, create a quick data model,

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Iterating Functions In DAX Language – A Detailed Example

For this blog post, I want to dive into iterating functions within the DAX language in Power BI. The reason why I want to spend some time showing what you can do inside of iterating functions is because it’s such an important concept that you need to learn very well. You might have only just

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