Tag: What If Analysis

Multiple What If Parameters In Power BI

Do you want to see how advanced you can get with Power BI? In this tutorial, I want to show you my favourite way to use Power BI. You can do some amazing work around scenario analysis by integrating what if parameters in Power BI — things like sales, profits, or transactions. Not just because

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Scenario Analysis Techniques Using Multiple 'What If' Parameters

Power BI is an incredible tool to run scenario analysis and what-if analysis examples. I’ve actually never seen or come across an analytical tool that is as effective and intuitive to implement this type of complex analytics. The key is that you’ve got to think more analytically about the underlying elements in your datasets than

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Developing Sensitivity Analysis Logic Using DAX in Power BI

Sensitivity Analysis Logic Using DAX in Power BI

We’re getting specific today and really showcasing the analytical power of Power BI. Sensitivity analysis, or even running some ‘what ifs’ around this, allows you to almost predict what may happen in the future with your results. In this example, I want to see what will happen to my profitability if I am able to

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Power BI ‘What-If’ Parameter Feature

Power BI New Feature What If Parameters

Power BI What-If parameters are a really powerful feature to implement in your models for scenario analysis. Scenario analysis is immensely important from an analytical perspective in Power BI and ‘What-If’ parameters allow you to quickly implement tables and measures for this type of analytics. Once you select the What-If parameter icon, it opens a

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Using Multi-Layered Scenario Analysis in Power BI

I’m huge on scenario analysis in Power BI. Being able to input variables inside your calculations that you can ‘shock’ to effectively predict outcomes is so powerful when trying to make decisions. In Power BI you can complete this really efficiently, and you can combine many of the formula techniques with your data models and

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