Measure Branching is a technique in making calculations in Power BI. It’s not something you’ll hear often because it is unique to Enterprise DNA. It’s a methodology that I made to create measures out of measures. Calculating The Total Costs Using The RELATED Function I’m going to use the example of creating a calculation on
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For this tutorial, we’ll branch out to some examples of time intelligence calculations using a combination of DAX functions. This kind of calculation is useful when you want to compare your business data over a certain period. You can do it by days, months, quarters, or years. Aside from the CALCULATE function, using other DAX
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
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
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.