Topic: Calculation groups

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Default calculation item in calculation groups

Power BI offers several options to create filters and slicers in a report. However, it is not possible to define a default filter at the model level so that every new report on a dataset automatically applies that filter. The…  Read more

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Arbitrary combination of measures and calculation items

The consumption experience following the introduction of calculation groups needs to be improved in Power BI. For example, the immediate advantage of having a time intelligence calculation group is that it is no longer necessary to create multiple variations of…  Read more

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Creating Calculation Groups in Power BI Desktop

Something really big is happening! The July 2020 version of Power BI Desktop allows you to create calculation groups in Power BI Desktop, thanks to the new “external tools” feature that enables the integration with Tabular Editor. We had been…  Read more

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Understanding Calculation Group Precedence

This article explains the precedence of calculation groups in DAX, needed whenever multiple calculation groups are present within the same model. Before starting, we suggest you read the previous articles in this series.  Read more

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Understanding the Application of Calculation Items

This article explains how calculation items are applied to measure references, and it is part of a series dedicated to calculation groups in DAX. Before starting, we suggest you read the previous articles in this series.  Read more

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Understanding Calculation Groups

This article explores the properties of calculation groups in detail and then it describes how a calculation item is applied to a measure. Before starting, we suggest you read the previous article that introduces calculation groups.  Read more

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Introducing Calculation Groups

This article is the first of a series dedicated to calculation groups in DAX. This introduction explains the capabilities of this feature and how to create calculation groups in a Tabular model.  Read more