DAX basics in Power BI Desktop DAX basics in Power BI Desktop This article is for users new to Power BI Desktop. It’s meant to give you a quick and easy introduction on how you can use Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) to solve a number of basic calculation and data analysis problems. We’ll go over some conceptual information, a series of tasks you can complete, and a few quizzes to test what you’ve learned. After completing this article, you should have a good understanding of the most important fundamental concepts in DAX. What is DAX?
24 beautifully-designed web dashboards that data geeks will love We live in a world of big (and little) data, and many people have to make sense of numbers as part of their job. The trouble is that there can be a lot of friction involved when mining the data. This is where dashboards come into play: a well-designed dashboard can save huge amounts of time, helping people to quickly identify the numbers that matter, in order to make insightful observations or to compile reports.
BackTrack 5 Release The BackTrack Dev team has worked furiously in the past months on BackTrack 5, code name “revolution”. Today, we are proud to release our work to the public, and then rest for a couple of weeks. This new revision has been built from scratch, and boasts several major improvements over all our previous releases. Based on Ubuntu Lucid LTS. Kernel 2.6.38, patched with all relevant wireless injection patches. Measures in Power BI Desktop Measures in Power BI Desktop Power BI Desktop helps you create insights into your data with just a few clicks. But sometimes that data just doesn’t include everything you need to answer some of your most important questions. Measures can help you get there. Measures are used in some of the most common data analysis; for example, sums, averages, minimum or maximum values, counts, or more advanced calculations you create yourself using a DAX formula.
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Solved: Re: Percentage formatting for calculated measures ... - Microsoft Power BI Community @HarrisMalik, OK, I just went back and confirmed this, I was able to put both a colum and a measure into a table (not multi-row card or card) and they both worked and had % displayed versus the decimal. Are you on the December update of Power BI? Are there any language packs involved? You could always send a frowny face to support from the Desktop and ask them what is going on. Something is definitely off because I cannot replicate your issue. So, not sure if this will help, but my formula for Winning Percentage, a caculated measure is:
Using Excel to Scrape Twitter April 23rd, 2012 by Tim Resnik We work with several publishing clients that manage a multitude of Twitter accounts. We frequently run across the problem of spending too much time compiling a large cross section of key Twitter stats for multiple accounts. For example, we have a client that has over 20 Twitter accounts for unique brands unique brands. Trying to collect and analyze follower and status update counts is a tedious manual process, and not recommended.
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