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DAX FOR POWER BI VIDEOS▼
- 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
- DAX for Power BI Part 2.3 - The Switch Function
- 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
- DAX for Power BI Part 4.1 - Getting Started with Measures
- DAX for Power BI Part 4.2 - Sum, SumX and Other Aggregate Functions
- DAX for Power BI Part 4.3 - Counting Values and Rows
- DAX for Power BI Part 4.4 - Using Variables
- DAX for Power BI Part 4.5 - Quick Measures
- 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
- DAX for Power BI Part 5.4 - Removing Filters with AllSelected and AllExcept
- 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 videos | DAX for Power BI Part 5.3 - Replacing and Keeping Filters in Measures
Posted by Andrew Gould on 21 December 2021
This video shows how to both replace existing filters in a measure and how to retain an existing filter using the KeepFilters function.
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