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Calculation Groups in DAX – first impressions

Microsoft announced at SqlBits a very important feature for DAX: Calculation Groups. These are my first impression about the new feature and the impact it will have on Analysis Services and Power BI.  Read more

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What has happened in the DAX world in 2018

We are approaching the end of 2018, so it is a good time to review what happened in the DAX world this year, what we’ve been up to at SQLBI and what is going to happen in 2019. New DAX…  Read more

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The new Data Modeling for Power BI course

If you import more than one table into Power BI or Power Pivot, you have a data model. When you have more than one table, you usually have relationships between tables. When you analyze data, you often have many choices…  Read more

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What has happened in the DAX world in 2017

We are approaching the end of 2017, so it is a good time to review what happened in the DAX world this year, what we’ve been up to at SQLBI and what is going to happen in 2018. New DAX…  Read more

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Offline model editor experience for Power BI

Professional BI developers using Analysis Services and advanced users working with Power BI share a common pain. Their productivity editing a large data model is much lower than what you might expect in 2017. There are many reasons for that.…  Read more

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New function and the importance of variables in #dax

I recently wrote a few articles about a new function in DAX and the use of variables. For those of you using Power BI or Azure Analysis Services, you always have access to the latest version of the language. Well, in reality I see that new features appears  Read more

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The new data modeling book for Power BI and Power Pivot users

In the last few years, I and Alberto Ferrari assisted many users of Power Pivot and Power BI who wanted to create their reports using these tools and were struggling with getting the desired numbers from their data. The first approach of an Excel user  Read more