In this example, we’re going to get quite advanced in Power BI using DAX. We are going to focus on segmenting dimensions based on its ranking on that particular table. This is an amazing concept of how you can utilize calculated columns within Power BI. This can bring additional insights that would have never been
Tag: Ranking DAX
In this tutorial, we’ll look at a unique technique inside Power BI that allows us to create dynamic ranking tables using the RANKX function. What are Dynamic Ranking Tables? Dynamic Ranking Tables showcase a range of information dynamically in a table, but the information shown is based off a specific ranking on a singular calculation.
RANKX is a very unique DAX function that requires a deeper level of thinking around its logic and in how it actually works when running a calculation in a particular context (for example a table or chart inside Power BI). What you don’t want with RANKX DAX function is to start receiving results and not really
In this blog, I showcase ranking DAX measures to analyse something really practical and get amazing insights inside Power BI. It’s to work out the total sales of my top 3 salespeople based in any region. A really interesting insight, right? It might seem relatively intuitive, but actually implementing this inside of Power BI is
In this video, I wanted to find an insight that was really unique, and hugely valuable for business. Here, I used the Power BI TOPN function. I wanted to know the best-selling day for every single product. Not only that, I wanted to be able to look dynamically into any store and analyse the best-selling