Session 3: DAX Expressions

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Running Time: 63 minutes | This session will cover the creation of advanced measures and analytics within the model using DAX expressions. We will use the CALCULATE() function along with various filtering, date, and table functions to create time analytics, percent of total, and other common functionality. We will also look at KPIs and working with hierarchies. During this session, we will discuss how filtering works within a Tabular model to create an in-depth understanding of basic DAX ...

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