Get yourself trained on Master DAX fundamentals with this Online Training Master DAX fundamentals : Power BI, Power Pivot & SSAS.
Online Training Master DAX fundamentals : Power BI, Power Pivot & SSAS
Data Analysis and data modellingmade easy with Data Analysis eXpressions. DAX can be used in Power BI, Power Pivot and Analysis Services.Analyse and Model your data with inPower BI, Excels Power Pivot and Analysis Services with Data AnalysiseXpressions.This is a hands on courseCourse OverviewIn the first section of this course you will be introduced to the use ofthe most common DAX expressions, such as SUM and SUMX, COUNT, ROUND, DIVIDE, MIN, MAX, IF Statements, TEXT expressions, Variables and MoreIn the next section of this course you will learn the fundamentals of how DAX works. This section will include both theory and examples and it isof utmost importance that you understand how DAX works. We will discuss Row context and Filter context, ALL, FILTER, RELATEDTABLE, CALCULATE, EARLIER,Relationships and much more.In the third section of this course you will learn about Time Intelligence and Date Tables.We will look at expressions such as TOTALYTD, SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR, DATESADD, DATESBETWEEN, CALENDERAUTO, and we will explore how many of these functions work using CALCULATEEach section of this course contains Activities to complete. These Activities are of utmost importance. When it comes to learning DAX, practice is a must.
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