AuthorGini von Courter
- Data modeling basics
- Creating a measure with operators
- Formatting, deleting, and editing measures
- Adding a calculated column
- Basic DAX date and time functions
- Creating a measure with DIVIDE
- Using DAX logical and filter functions
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Gini von Courter] DAX, or Data Analysis Expressions, is the language that's used to create formulas for Power BI that extend our data model. DAX gives us the ability to create additional information at runtime so that we can quickly and easily generate new information beyond the information that's in our model already. If you already know how to build data models in Power BI desktop, DAX is a logical next step, because there are things that we can do with DAX that we can't do as easily or at all without it. I'm Gini von Courter. I invite you to join me for this exploration of DAX in Power BI.
Excel Business Intelligence: Data Modeling 101with Chris Dutton1h 5m Intermediate
Excel Business Intelligence: Power Pivot and DAXwith Chris Dutton4h 1m Intermediate
What you will need2m 56s
1. Set Up the Data Model
2. DAX Aggregate Functions
3. Measures and Calculated Columns
4. DAX Logical and Filter Functions
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