For this tutorial, I’ll cover how the CALCULATE function works and why it’s so crucial in Power BI. I’ll also show you some examples of its application. You can easily branch out to time intelligence calculations by using the CALCULATE function. Once you apply this technique, you’ll be able to produce high quality insights inside
Tag: Measure Branching
Build DAX measures using measures. This is what I call measure branching. This technique is one of the most important development strategies that you need to learn. Measure branching in Power BI is about creating advanced measures within a measure itself. I always recommend that you start with simple DAX measures first so you can
I want to go over how to calculate dynamic profit margins in Power BI. This is something I consider to be quite straightforward if you’ve been using Power BI for some time. But if you’re just starting out, this could be challenging to piece together. This kind of information is something that most organizations need.
Using variables is a great way to make sure that your results add up the way they should at the end of your measures. Variables are such a crucial part of writing and solving formulas inside Power BI and I’m going to show you why. Sample Data Visualized In Gantt Chart To showcase the importance
Conditional formatting is a way of visualizing data by applying a certain set of format rules based on user-defined conditions. For Power BI visuals, it is mostly used when presenting data in a tabular form. In this tutorial, I’ll discuss how to combine DAX formulas with the new conditional formatting feature to highlight the last