Tag: Measures

Utilizing Measures And Visualizations In Power BI

Utilizing Measures And Visualizations In Power BI

In this tutorial, you’ll learn about the essential things that need to be prepared in making a dashboard. You’ll learn how to catalog and apply your measures, and make compelling visualizations in Power BI. Your visualizations will show data based on the measures you created. Thus, it’s important to properly set them up. Cataloging Your

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Calculated Columns Power BI: Tips & Best Practices

Best Practices When Using Calculated Columns In Power BI

This tutorial will discuss the best practices in using calculated columns in Power BI. We’ll also be going through the DAX formulas used to create them. In previous discussions, we’ve gone through how to write different measures in Power BI, but another technique we can use is to create calculated columns. Other than measures, using

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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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Creating Measure Groups – Power BI Best Practices

Once you start creating measures in Power BI, it’s necessary to learn how to organize everything. Creating measure groups is one of the best ways to make sure everything is in its proper place. Measure groups are like folders where you put similar measures together. They help make the entire process seamless, regardless if you’re

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How To Use A Measure Table In Power BI

In today’s blog post, I’ll discuss some techniques on how to organize measures using a measure table in Power BI. The best way to organize your measures is to create measure groups or measure tables inside Power BI.  It’s important to learn this technique because you’ll be dealing with hundreds of measures in your analysis.

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