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October 19, 2020

Syntax Sugar – SUM Is SUMX In Disguise

Quick Introduction Do you know syntax sugar? May be not, but you know Sugar. It’s sweet. Writing DAX Measures usually require the use of Functions. The […]
October 12, 2020
Security Restriction

Practical Introduction to DAX (Intro to Row Level Security)

Using DAX to implement Data Confidentiality How does Power BI ensure confidentiality? Row Level Security (RLS) is one of the key features that allow report creators […]
October 10, 2020
Waterfall Chart in Power BI

How To Use Waterfall Charts In Power BI

When talking about charts that are uncommonly used in Power BI, Waterfall Chart is usually not so far down on the list. Why? Who knows? Maybe […]
October 4, 2020

Practical Introduction to DAX (Intro to Measures)

Overview In this series, I have introduced Calculated Tables, Calculated Columns, and It’s time to introduce Measures. Before moving on to introduce Row Level Security next […]
October 2, 2020
Formulas

New DAX Course Launch

Learning DAX Read until end (Gift included). DAX is NOT one of the easiest Languages to learn (It’s even harder to teach). Not without a lot […]
September 26, 2020

Practical Introduction to DAX (Intro to Calculated Columns)

Overview A calculated column is a column that is calculated in the model. Which means, it was not imported with the data. You see? The word […]
September 26, 2020
A Scatter Chart in Power BI

How To Use Scatter Charts in Power BI

Overview Scatter Plots in Power BI ! Can you count how many times you have used Scatter Plots for Power BI reports? I can and it’s […]
September 12, 2020
Practical Introduction to DAX in Power BI

Practical Introduction to DAX in Power BI – Overview

Background Let this mark the beginning of a new series on DAX Language. If you are trying to get your hands on this cunning Language, be […]
September 12, 2020
Creating A Custom Calendar Table In Power BI with power query 4

How To Create Calendar Tables With Power Query

If you thought DAX was the only way to bring Calendar Tables to life, you thought wrong. Power Query is not left behind in the fun […]
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