DAX Patterns: Comparing different time periods
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pattern. Comparing different time periods
This pattern is a useful technique to compare the value of a measure in different time periods. For example, we can compare the sales of the last month against a user-defined period. The two time periods might have a different number of days, like comparing one month against a full year. When the durations of both time periods are different, we should adjust the values to make a fair comparison.
Comparing different time periods
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Student Reviews (3)
Matthew Snow (Mar 6, 2021) Really helpful description, I can see many sues for this pattern Carlos Barboza (Feb 20, 2021) Very interesting pattern. I look forward to putting in practice. Claudio Trombini (Feb 5, 2021) n.1
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