Welcome back P3 nation, today I’d like to demonstrate some exciting ways to show Top Performing “things” using DAX. Most of what we’ll discuss has been covered before in previous posts written here at PowerPivotPro. Rob has extensively covered the topic of Top Performing “things” in not one, not two, but THREE previous posts! So today I want to start us off by reviewing these awesome techniques, and taking a look at how to some of those practices can be used in a Power BI report.
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Every month Power BI gets an update that adds a nice handful of new features. Here at P3 we ALL get excited for this! We often stand around the water cooler talking about all the new features.When a REALLY exciting feature comes out we get as gleeful as school children! Well starting this month we want to share our excitement with you. We will showcase our favorite features (typically one to two) with you, with the aim to give you a few more ways to use the new features.
Welcome back readers! Today I want to talk to you about a few the reasons why I still like to teach DAX in EXCEL. A HUGE part of our jobs here at PowerPivotPro is teaching analysts & data junkies throughout the world how to use the best features of Excel and Power BI. Teaching is in our blood, we love doing it, and frankly we’re great at it (I definitely know this is last part is true because my even mom told me).