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- DAX for Power BI Part 1 - Getting Started with DAX for Power BI
- DAX for Power BI Part 2.1 - Basic Calculated Columns in DAX
- DAX for Power BI Part 2.2 - The If Function
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- DAX for Power BI Part 2.4 - Working with Blanks
- DAX for Power BI Part 2.5 - Working with Text in Calculated Columns
- DAX for Power BI Part 2.6 - Working with Dates in Calculated Columns
- DAX for Power BI Part 2.7 - Error Functions in Calculated Columns
- DAX for Power BI Part 3.1 - Relationships and the Related Function
- DAX for Power BI Part 3.2 - The LookupValue Function
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- DAX for Power BI Part 5.1 - The Calculate, Filter and CalculateTable Functions
- DAX for Power BI Part 5.2 - Removing Filters in Measures
- DAX for Power BI Part 5.3 - Replacing and Keeping Filters in Measures
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- DAX for Power BI Part 6.1 - Introduction to Time Intelligence Functions
- DAX for Power BI Part 6.2 - Comparing Date Ranges
- DAX for Power BI Part 6.3 - Calculating Running Total or To-Date Values
- DAX for Power BI Part 6.4 - Opening and Closing Balance Calculations
- DAX for Power BI Part 7.1 - Creating Basic Calendar Tables in DAX
- DAX for Power BI Part 7.2 - Creating a Financial Year Calendar
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DAX for Power BI videos | DAX for Power BI Part 2.6 - Working with Dates in Calculated Columns
Posted by Andrew Gould on 24 August 2021
This video shows you the basics of working with dates in calculated columns. You'll learn what the Auto Date Time feature in Power BI does. You'll see how to use functions such as Year, Quarter, Month and Day to extract parts of dates and how to use the Format function to return month and day names. You'll learn how to write literal dates in your expressions and how to calculate a date from its constituent parts using the Date function. You'll see how to calculate future and past dates using DateAdd and why that dosn't always work, as well as how to get around the problem using basic arithmetic. FInally, you'll learn how to calculate the difference between dates using the DateDiff function.
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