Thanks for your input.
I've had lots of e-mails / other correspondence indicating that many want to "start out slowly." For that matter, I jumped ahead to more advanced scenarios (in the opinion of some readers) on a couple of articles in the MDX Stairway (as well as other places), as I like to write about the more sophisticated stuff sometimes (stuff I do in everyday consulting) - and got complaints for not being "progressive: starting with simple," in a few cases ... I have all the functions you mention, and many more sophisticated uses of DAX, on the roadmap for this series, which will be around for some time, by the look of it.
Please feel free to explore the myriad blogs on the specific topics you seek in the meantime!
Thanks for reading.
William E. Pearson III
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MS SQL Server MVP and SSAS Maestro
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