Have you ever thought it would be nice to work out what the most optimal outcome is from your scenario analysis work that you’re doing inside of Power BI? In this tutorial, I show you exactly how you can discover this and also include sensitivity analysis techniques to your what-if parameter and scenario analysis work.
Tag: Multiple Scenario Analysis
Do you want to see how advanced you can get with Power BI? In this tutorial, I want to show you my favourite way to use Power BI. You can do some amazing work around scenario analysis by integrating what if parameters in Power BI — things like sales, profits, or transactions. Not just because
In this tutorial, I show you how you can layer multiple “What If” analysis or scenarios in Power BI, one on top of each other. It takes your analytical output through the roof if you use this technique effectively. As you likely know, I am a huge promoter of scenario analysis in Power BI. Scenario
I’m huge on scenario analysis in Power BI. Being able to input variables inside your calculations that you can ‘shock’ to effectively predict outcomes is so powerful when trying to make decisions. In Power BI you can complete this really efficiently, and you can combine many of the formula techniques with your data models and