Tag: Time Intelligence

Compare Cumulative Information Over Different Months In Power BI

Showcasing cumulative results in Power BI is such a powerful way to visualize your data over time, especially if you are trying to show the difference in performance from one time period to another. When you try to present this at a daily or even monthly level, identifying the trend isn’t always so obvious. When

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The DATEADD Function: The Best And Most Versatile Time Intelligence Function in Power BI

If you need a Power BI time intelligence function that you can use to generate time comparisons over a range of different time frames, then the DATEADD function is the one you’re looking for. This, by far, is my go-to time intelligence function in DAX at the moment. After going through this post and the

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Calculating Percent Profit Margins Using DAX in Power BI

Working out your profit margins in Power BI with a basic data set can seem like it requires a few steps. Maybe you think you need to use calculated columns to get the result. Well, you certainly don’t need to do that. There is a much simpler way. Using measures, you can start with simple

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Using SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR To Compare The Difference Between This Year & Last Year

Using SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR To Compare the Difference Between This Year & Last Year

In this post, I run through how to use SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR, a time intelligence function, to compare results from this year with those of last year. If you want to start creating compelling reports with strong insights into information over time, then you’ve got to know how to use all the variations of time intelligence functions.

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Enterprise DNA Learning Summit August 2019 – First Day Wrap Up

DAX Fundamentals in Power BI

What a great start to the Enterprise DNA Learning Summit. Today we had two sessions that dived into some beginner and intermediate development techniques that can be utilized inside of Power BI. We had a record number of live attendees of close to 350 which is a fantastic result. Every continent around the world was

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