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SSAS - TABULAR EXERCISES
Exercise: Group shopping centres into bands, by size
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This exercise assumes that you have a base model set up (see one of the many other SSAS tabular exercises on loading tables from the MAM database and creating a model).
Open the Word document in the above folder, and paste it into your model to create a new table:
The new table, which is here called Categories.
Create a calculated column in the Centre table to give the value of the category by using this logic:
If you succeed (and there are many things which can go wrong!) you should be able to create this pivot table:
Just to ice the cake, the sizes have been sorted correctly.
If you want to keep a copy of what you've done, use DAX Editor to create a copy of your measures with extension .dax called Mind-expanding DAX, and save your workbook with the same file name.
I got the same solution as above, but with using Switch. How can I use EARLIER here ?