Tag: SWITCH True Logic

Building Data Dimensions In Power BI

Build Other Data Dimensions in Power BI

In today’s blog post, I want to discuss how you can build additional data dimensions in Power BI. These dimensions can help you filter your data in different ways. On top of that, these dimensions can help you come up with intuitive visualizations later on. This is also the reason why you need to set

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Power BI Dynamic Visuals Using SWITCH TRUE Logic – Visualization Technique

One of the most common concerns I see in the Enterprise DNA Support Forum relates to creating dynamic visuals. In this blog, I’ll focus my discussion on multi-measure Power BI dynamic visuals. I have a tutorial about this topic, which I’d like to highlight in this article.  The tutorial will show you how to work and present your results in a dynamic way and how you can change

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How To Create Unique Subtotals In Power BI Tables

How To Create Unique Subtotals In Power BI Tables

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create unique subtotals in your Power BI tables using the SWITCH TRUE logic. This is a breakout session from a financial reporting course released by Enterprise DNA. The session includes a detailed application of a variety of financial reports such as income statements, balance sheets,

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Showcase Insights Using The Multi Threaded Dynamic Visuals Technique In Power BI

This tutorial will cover how to use the Multi Threaded Dynamic Visuals technique to create insights from dynamic data visualizations in your Power BI reports. It’s a valuable tool if you want to master Power BI because you can learn many important concepts using this single technique. The example used in this tutorial is a

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Using Advanced DAX For Multiple IF Statement In Power BI

In this article, I’m going to give you a tutorial about utilizing multiple IF statements in Power BI. This short tutorial is from a specific thread in the Enterprise DNA Support Forum. In the Enterprise DNA Support Forum, members ask questions and get assistance about everything and anything related to Power BI. It’s great to

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