Tag: Power BI DAX

Getting Started W/ DAX In Power BI

Getting Started with DAX In Power BI

The DAX (Data Analysis Expression) formula language is one of the key pillars in Power BI. Learning DAX might be overwhelming at first. But once you understand how it works, you can level up your analytical insights. The key to getting great insights in your reports is through the use of DAX calculations. For this

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Why Using Power BI Variables Is A Better Way To Write DAX Measures

Why Using Variables Is A Better Way To Write DAX Measures - Power BI Admin Advice

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

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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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How to Compare Current Sales to Previous Best Month in Power BI

In this tutorial, we’re going to learn more about the advanced time intelligence feature in Power BI to compare current sales to the previous best month. This is actually a unique question that was raised at the Enterprise DNA Support Forum. And as soon as I heard it, I thought wow! We can actually do

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Working Out Sales Periods Using DAX in Power BI: Weekday vs. Weekend

It’s important for many businesses to make sure that you are analyzing over the correct sales periods or correct time periods in which you actually have results. If you implement formulas incorrectly in Power BI, especially with iterating functions like AVERAGEX or SUMX, and you iterate over days when you don’t have results, or days without

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