Tag: Variables

How To Work Through Extensive DAX Formulas In Power BI – Formatting Tips Included

How To Work Through Extensive DAX Formulas In Power BI – Formatting Tips Included

I’m going to show you how to work through complex DAX formulas. Extensive DAX formulas in Power BI are normally used if there are unique insights that you want to show on your reports. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. One example of a scenario where

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Ranking Visualization In Power BI – Dynamic Visual

In this blog post, I want to teach you how to show your customers moving through groups over time in a dynamic way. You can do this ranking visualization in Power BI using a unique slicer. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. When I click This

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DAX Variables And Comments To Simplify Formulas

Simplify DAX Formulas Using Variables And Comments

In this tutorial, we’re going to discuss the easiest way to simplify DAX formulas using variables and comments in Power BI. DAX codes can become complex and hard to comprehend once they get more advanced. If we don’t optimize them, other Power BI users within the organization will have a difficult time understanding the data

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Why Using Power BI Variables Is A Better Way To Write DAX Measures

Why Using Variables Is A Better Way To Write DAX Measures - Power BI Admin Advice

Using variables is a great way to make sure that your results add up the way they should at the end of your measures. Variables are such a crucial part of writing and solving formulas inside Power BI and I’m going to show you why. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at

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Master Virtual Tables in Power BI Using DAX

In this blog post, I’ll run through a truly powerful analytical technique which I’m confident will WOW anyone. Virtual tables are a unique analytical technique that you can use to visualize interesting insights inside Power BI. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. The example I’ll show

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