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Stairway to DAX and Power BI - Level 9: Function / Iterator Function Pairs: The DAX MAX() and MAXX() Functions

As a part of his "Function / Iterator Pairs" mini-series, Business Intelligence architect, Analysis Services Maestro, SQL Server MVP, and author Bill Pearson introduces the DAX MAX() and MAXX() functions, discussing similarities and differences. He then provides some hands-on exposure to the use of each, particularly in combination with other DAX functions, in generating "largest numeric values" to meet differing needs within our PowerPivot model designs.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2019/01/09 (first published: 2015/01/14) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 2,830 reads

Staying Current on Power BI Dashboards

Power BI Dashboards can be kept current using simple DAX formulas in your data models. Save yourself time and energy by understanding how dashboard tiles work on PowerBI.com and what can be done to set your dashboards to a current period.  Read more...
By Angel Abundez 2018/03/01 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: powerbi
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Stairway to DAX and Power BI - Level 13: Simple Context Manipulation: Introducing the DAX All() Function

Business Intelligence Architect, Analysis Services Maestro, eight-year Microsoft Data Platform MVP and author Bill Pearson introduces the DAX All() function, discussing its syntax, basic uses and operation. He then provides hands-on exposure to All(), focusing largely upon its most basic uses in manipulating filter context.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2018/01/31 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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Stairway to DAX and Power BI - Level 8: The DAX COUNT() and COUNTX() Functions

As a part of his “Function / Iterator Pairs” mini-series, Business Intelligence architect, Analysis Services Maestro, and author Bill Pearson introduces the DAX COUNT() and COUNTX() functions, discussing similarities and differences. He then provides some hands-on exposure to the use of each, particularly in combination with other DAX functions, in generating counts to meet differing needs within our PowerPivot model designs.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2017/07/12 (first published: 2015/01/07) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 3,079 reads

Stairway to DAX and Power BI - Level 7: Function / Iterator Function Pairs: The DAX AVERAGE() and AVERAGEX() Functions

Business Intelligence architect, Analysis Services Maestro, and author Bill Pearson explores the DAX AVERAGE() and AVERAGEX() functions, comparing and contrasting the two. He then provides some hands-on exposure to the use of each, particularly in combination with other DAX functions, in generating arithmetic means within our PowerPivot model designs.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2017/05/03 (first published: 2014/09/17) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 3,186 reads

Non-Numeric Measures in DAX

Enhance the functionality of your SSAS Tabular and PowerBI output, by understanding HOW-, WHY- and WHEN to leverage the power of DAX to create text, date or Boolean measures.  Read more...
By James McGillivray 2016/12/06 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: dax
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Top 5 things you MUST know about PowerPivot for Excel

Although quite a lot has been written about PowerPivot and its features, there are certain aspects about PowerPivot that may not be obvious, especially to someone who is new to the tool. This articles discusses five such items.  Read more...
By Amir Charania 2016/11/25 (first published: 2015/01/12) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: powerpivot
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 9,732 reads

Create stunning visualizations with Power View in 20 minutes or less!

Learn about Microsoft’s latest end-user BI reporting tool, Power View, and create animated graphs that impress your boss!  Read more...
By Amir Charania 2016/04/29 (first published: 2014/12/30) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: power view
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 12,212 reads

The Quickest Guide to Getting Started with PowerPivot

If you are still on the edge about PowerPivot and have not given it a shot, this article will get you started with ample of screen shots and a step-by-step guide.   Read more...
By Amir Charania 2015/02/10 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: powerpivot
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 5,607 reads

Stairway to DAX and Power BI - Level 9: Function / Iterator Function Pairs: The DAX MAX() and MAXX() Functions

As a part of his "Function / Iterator Pairs" mini-series, Business Intelligence architect, Analysis Services Maestro, SQL Server MVP, and author Bill Pearson introduces the DAX MAX() and MAXX() functions, discussing similarities and differences. He then provides some hands-on exposure to the use of each, particularly in combination with other DAX functions, in generating "largest numeric values" to meet differing needs within our PowerPivot model designs.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2019/01/09 (first published: 2015/01/14) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 2,830 reads

Top 5 things you MUST know about PowerPivot for Excel

Although quite a lot has been written about PowerPivot and its features, there are certain aspects about PowerPivot that may not be obvious, especially to someone who is new to the tool. This articles discusses five such items.  Read more...
By Amir Charania 2016/11/25 (first published: 2015/01/12) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: powerpivot
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 9,732 reads

Stairway to DAX and Power BI - Level 8: The DAX COUNT() and COUNTX() Functions

As a part of his “Function / Iterator Pairs” mini-series, Business Intelligence architect, Analysis Services Maestro, and author Bill Pearson introduces the DAX COUNT() and COUNTX() functions, discussing similarities and differences. He then provides some hands-on exposure to the use of each, particularly in combination with other DAX functions, in generating counts to meet differing needs within our PowerPivot model designs.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2017/07/12 (first published: 2015/01/07) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 3,079 reads

Create stunning visualizations with Power View in 20 minutes or less!

Learn about Microsoft’s latest end-user BI reporting tool, Power View, and create animated graphs that impress your boss!  Read more...
By Amir Charania 2016/04/29 (first published: 2014/12/30) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: power view
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 12,212 reads

Stairway to DAX and Power BI - Level 6: The DAX SUM() and SUMX() Functions

Business Intelligence architect, Analysis Services Maestro, and author Bill Pearson exposes the DAX SUM() and SUMX() functions, comparing and contrasting the two. He then provides some hands-on exposure to the use of each, particularly in combination with other DAX functions, in managing “sum” aggregations within our PowerPivot model designs.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2014/12/24 (first published: 2014/08/27) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 5,319 reads

Stairway to DAX and Power BI - Level 7: Function / Iterator Function Pairs: The DAX AVERAGE() and AVERAGEX() Functions

Business Intelligence architect, Analysis Services Maestro, and author Bill Pearson explores the DAX AVERAGE() and AVERAGEX() functions, comparing and contrasting the two. He then provides some hands-on exposure to the use of each, particularly in combination with other DAX functions, in generating arithmetic means within our PowerPivot model designs.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2017/05/03 (first published: 2014/09/17) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 3,186 reads

Stairway to DAX and Power BI - Level 6: The DAX SUM() and SUMX() Functions

Business Intelligence architect, Analysis Services Maestro, and author Bill Pearson exposes the DAX SUM() and SUMX() functions, comparing and contrasting the two. He then provides some hands-on exposure to the use of each, particularly in combination with other DAX functions, in managing “sum” aggregations within our PowerPivot model designs.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2014/12/24 (first published: 2014/08/27) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 5,319 reads

DAX Relationships

Learn how relationships work in Powerpivot workbooks and how you can build them using the DAX language.  Read more...
By Michael Carper 2014/05/29 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: dax
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Stairway to DAX and Power BI - Level 1: Getting Started with PowerPivot and DAX

Learning DAX is easy once you install the PowerPivot for Excel 2010 add-in and get practical exposure to using functions, operators and values in DAX formulas. Bill Pearson, business intelligence architect and author, kicks off another Stairway series designed to get you using DAX and PowerPivot quickly to provide actionable business intelligence in your own environment.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2014/05/07 (first published: 2011/12/21) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
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DAX: Topn is not a Filter

In this document I will demonstrate how using the TOPN function in a DAX query doesn’t necessarily do what you may expect.  Read more...
By Gary Strange 2014/05/01 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: analysis services (ssas)
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Stairway to DAX and Power BI - Level 5: The DAX ISBLANK() Function

Business Intelligence architect, Analysis Services Maestro, and author Bill Pearson exposes the DAX ISBLANK() function, and then provides some hands-on exposure to its use, particularly in combination with other DAX functions, in managing empty values underlying our PowerPivot model designs.  Read more...
By Bill Pearson 2013/12/04 (first published: 2013/05/09) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stairway series
Rating: |  Discuss |   Briefcase | 5,923 reads
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