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POWER BI EXERCISES▼
DAX | The CALCULATE function exercise | Use the RANKX function to sort series by viewing figures
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Open the Power BI file in the above folder, and create a measure (not a calculated column - that would be too easy) to rank each series by its viewing figures to get:
The ranking more or less matches the series number, but there's a blip where GBBO went over to Channel 4.
This exercise may look deceptively easy, but it's probably the hardest one in the set!
Save this as Rank expression, then close it down.