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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
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- DAX for Power BI Part 3.1 - Relationships and the Related Function
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- 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 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
- DAX for Power BI Part 7.3 - Single Calendar vs Multiple Calendars
DAX for Power BI videos | DAX for Power BI Part 7.3 - Single Calendar vs Multiple Calendars
Posted by Andrew Gould on 16 April 2022
In this video you'll see a couple of techniques for creating calendars to handle multiple date fields in the same data model. You'll learn how to use the Calendar function to create multiple calendars spanning sensible date ranges which is useful when your different date fields hold very different date ranges. You'll also learn how to use the CalendarAuto function which is useful when you want a single calendar to handle all the date fields in the model. If you're using a single calendar you'll also need to know how to create and manipulate multiple relationships to the same table, and how to use the UseRelationship function in measures to ensure that you're calculating the correct values!
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