Tag: RANKX Function

RANKX In Power BI – Developing Custom Tiebreakers

Develop Custom Tiebreakers in RANX Power BI and DAX

I’m going to show you how to create custom tiebreakers when using RANKX in Power BI. Getting a tie in a critical portion of RANKX results is a common scenario. There are a number of tiebreakers you can use but it’s important to choose the one that makes the most sense for each situation. The

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Advanced DAX Functions: Calculating Profit Contribution

In this blog, I’ll be discussing some more advanced DAX functions to demonstrate what’s possible in Power BI. This tutorial will teach you how to visualize the profit contribution of different client tiers using advanced DAX functions. Calculating Total Profits I’m going to start by creating a new measure and renaming it as Total Costs.

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Segmenting Dimensions Based On Ranking – Advanced Analytical Technique For Power BI

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

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Adding Workday And Weekend Numbers Into Your Date Table: Time Intelligence Technique In Power BI

This is a very unique example of Time Intelligence in Power BI, especially when working with workdays and weekends. This tutorial came ftom a request from the Enterprise DNA Support Forum, where a member needed to get the day for each weekday and the day of each weekend into their Date table. I’ve seen this

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RANKX Considerations – Power BI And DAX Formula Concepts

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

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