### MSPTDA 31: DAX Studio to Time DAX Average Formulas: AVERAGEX or DISTICTCOUNT?

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In this video learn about how to create different types of DAX average formulas and then time them using DAX Studio.
Topics:
1. (00:15) Introduction
2. (00:38) Open Power BI Desktop File and create Matrix
3. (02:37) Create First Two DAX Average Formulas
4. (06:20) Parallel Excel Worksheet example to understand the DAX averages and what happens if there is a Blank or empty cell.
5. (7:52) DAX Studio to time formulas.
6. (12:44) Look at four other DAX average formulas and timing results.
7. (14:36 ) Conclusion
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### DAX101: Introduction to filter and row context

Are you new to DAX and want to learn what those things called filter context and row context are? I will attempt to do just that in today’s video. Let me know how I did in the comments 🙂 #dax #powerbi #daxfridays #curbal

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### Create a bump or slope chart in Power BI

Bump or slope charts are useful to sport changes between categories. There is no native bump or slope visual in Power BI, but you can create your own easily from a line chart. In this video I show you how. #curbal #power bi #bumpcharts

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### Calculate The Difference In Days Between Purchases Or Events In Power BI Using DAX

In this example I will show you how you can calculated the difference in days between purchases in Power BI using DAX formulas.

There is some advanced logic here using the FILTER and CALCULATE functions.

This is a great insights if you want to work out trends in customer behaviour or would like the target marketing campaigns more specifically to relevant customers.

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### Calculate The Occupancy Days Per Month In Power BI Using DAX

In this unique example, I will show you how we can dynamically show how many occupancy days per month in a matrix visual.

This is a great example of the power and simplicity of the DAX formula language. Where you can write a straight forward measure and extract some fascinating information and still be able to dynamically filter the data further to showcase varied insights seamlessly.

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### How To Manage Multiple Date Calculations In Your Fact Tables – Advanced Power BI

Managing multiple dates in your fact tables in Power BI can sometimes be very confusing when starting out in Power BI.

The idea behind this tutorial is to explain the logic and techniques required to get this working correctly in Power BI.

You need to get the right relationships and then use the correct DAX formula patterns when managing multiple date calculations.

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### Calculate A Monthly Moving Average Year To Date (YTD) in Power BI Using DAX

In this tutorial we work through how you can calculate the year to date moving average of results in Power BI using DAX.

It is common to show the absolute YTD numbers but not the average YTD numbers, so it was a good opportunity to jump into the unique calculation and show you how it can be done.

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### Two-Way Lookup in Power Query? M Code for Exact & Approximate Match Lookup. Excel Magic Trick 1554

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In this video learn how to create Power Query M Code formulas for Exact Match and Approximate Match Two Way Lookup.

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1. (00:06) Introduction
2. (00:40) Exact and Approximate Match Lookup
3. (01:44) Worksheet Exact Match Two-Way Lookup with VLOOKUP & MATCH functions.
4. (04:11) Power Query Exact Match Two-Way Lookup using M Code formulas. Learn M Code Syntax for looking up a Record. Use the Record.Field Function.
5. (10:40) Worksheet Approximate Match Two-Way Lookup using an Array Formula with VLOOKUP & MATCH functions.
6. (13:25) Power Query Approximate Match Two-Way Lookup using M Code formulas. Learn about Custom Functions. Use the Table.AddColumn, Table.SelectRows and List.Last Functions. Learn syntax for Custom Functions, including the each keyword for Custom Functions or explicitly defined M Code Custom Functions. Learn how to create formulas with back to back custom functions.
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### Calculate The Last Or Max Value Within A Table Of Data Using DAX In Power BI

In this tutorial we review how you can work out when the last value from a particular dimension in a table in Power BI.

This is quite a unique insight but a relevant one from many pieces of analysis that you might require in Power BI.

We work through examples of the MAXX and FILTER functions. These are two important functions in the DAX language that can be used in many situations to extract very interesting insights from your data.

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