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Javier Guillen

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    Grouping by an Aggregation in DAX

    Business users really like the option of comparing category members against the average for all. Let’s review how to accomplish this in DAX. Suppose you what to find out which months had an above average sales performance on the data above (tables come f...

    JavierGuillen  Posted on Jan 17 2013 12:00AM
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    Running Product in DAX: Calculating Portfolio Returns

    Recently a friend of mine asked me how to calculate investment rates of return in PowerPivot.  In order to do this, one must be able to run over a list of values using a multiplication. Currently, DAX does not have a ProductX or MultiplyX function to ...

    JavierGuillen  Posted on Dec 19 2012 12:00AM
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    Thinking in DAX: Non-linear Cognition at Play

    Over the last year, I have had the opportunity to teach PowerPivot and DAX to a good number of technical and non-technical people in a variety of industries.  After each training, I recount what went right and what went wrong, and I am starting to see...

    JavierGuillen  Posted on Dec 3 2012 12:00AM
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    Running Total Techniques in DAX

    Running Total (whether sum, average or any other aggregate) is one of the most common calculations used when analyzing business as it offers insights in relation to data trends. This article will describe some of the most common scenarios when developing r...

    JavierGuillen  Posted on Nov 28 2012 12:00AM
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    Profiling data in PowerPivot: comparing two tables

    On a prior post, I described the process in which one could use PowerPivot to find duplicates when exploring a dataset.  Another common scenario when first diving into new data is finding common records across two different tables.    ...

    JavierGuillen  Posted on Nov 5 2012 12:00AM
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