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  • Welcome to DAX.do: a playground to write and run DAX queries! Try it: https://dax.do You can write and run DAX queries over a sample Contoso database using a web page: no setup, no dependencies. You can also share DAX code…  Watch now

  • If it’s not formatted, it’s not DAX! Learn all the settings of DAX Formatter and how you can improve your DAX measures and DAX queries, also in DAX Studio and Tabular Editor. Transform your code in real DAX! 00:00 –…  Watch now

  • COUNT: Counts the number of rows in the table where the specified column has a non-blank value. https://dax.guide/count/ COUNTA: Counts the number of values in a column. https://dax.guide/counta/ COUNTAX: Counts the number of values which result from evaluating an expression…  Watch now

  • The addition operator + sums two numbers. https://dax.guide/op/addition/ The subtraction operator – subtracts the second argument from the first one. https://dax.guide/op/subtraction/ The multiplication operator * multiply two numbers. https://dax.guide/op/multiplication/ The division operator / divides the numerator by the denominator, generating…  Watch now

  • LEFT: Returns the specified number of characters from the start of a text string. https://dax.guide/left/ RIGHT: Returns the specified number of characters from the end of a text string. https://dax.guide/right/ MID: Returns a string of characters from the middle of…  Watch now

  • Discover how we implemented the new DAX.do service. We received several questions about connecting DAX.do to other databases or replacing DAX Studio… Don’t worry: DAX Studio is here to stay, and DAX.do has a specific educational goal. But understanding how…  Watch now

  • AVERAGE: Returns the average (arithmetic mean) of all the numbers in a column. https://dax.guide/average/ AVERAGEA: Returns the average (arithmetic mean) of the values in a column. https://dax.guide/averagea/ AVERAGEX: Calculates the average (arithmetic mean) of a set of expressions evaluated over…  Watch now

  • The logical and operator && returns TRUE if both arguments are TRUE, and returns FALSE if any of the arguments is FALSE. https://dax.guide/op/and/ The logical or operator || returns TRUE if any of the arguments are TRUE, and returns FALSE…  Watch now

  • The “equal to” operator = returns TRUE when the two arguments have the same value. https://dax.guide/op/equal-to/ The “strictly equal to” operator == returns TRUE when the two arguments have the same value or are both BLANK. https://dax.guide/op/strictly-equal-to/ The “not equal…  Watch now

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