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Time Intelligence In DAX: How To Dynamically Select Starting Period

Power BI Dynamically Select Starting Period

In this blog post, we will deal with some troublesome issues in time intelligence, particularly those issues caused by week granularity and the troubles that can be caused by the irregular number of weeks in a year. We’ll use offsets to come up with accurate time intelligence in DAX. We have an interesting scenario for

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Time Tables In Power BI: Solution For POTW #10

Time Tables In Power BI- Solution For POTW #10

In this blog post, I’ll be bringing you the solution for working with timetables in Power BI, which is our Problem of the Week #10. This wasn’t an overly difficult challenge. But still, it was quite a niggly one that threw in quite a few curveballs. You can watch the full video of this tutorial

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Power BI Tips: Retrieving Previous Value Excluding Weekends & Holidays

Power BI Tips Retrieving Previous Value Excluding Weekends and Holidays

In this post, I will show you some Power BI tips and techniques on finding the previous value that accounts for weekends and holidays. This came up in a post by Brian Julius in the Enterprise DNA forum. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. The developer

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Understanding Power BI Aggregations

Now, let’s delve deeper into one of the most important concepts in Power BI calculations — the aggregations. Power BI aggregations are formulas used to calculate a single summarized value from multiple rows that are grouped together. There are different ways to create aggregations in Power BI. Some of the examples of aggregation functions are

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Calculating A Rolling Average In Power BI Using DAX

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In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to calculate a dynamic Rolling Average in Power BI using the ALLSELECTED function. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. Rolling Averages can give you valuable insights into a variety of data, especially in Sales. This dashboard shows

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