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DAX Iterator functions are a subset family of aggregator functions used to iterate over a table of rows. First, they evaluate an expression for each row in a table. Then they apply some form of aggregation to the row-level results of the first expression calculated...

Getting started in the Power BI Desktop application is a fun and exciting time. There are so many components that make up this masterful business intelligence tool, that at first glance it can appear a bit overwhelming.  Not to fret.   The good news is if you are...

While visualizations provide a valuable snapshot of data, they often fall short in accommodating the diverse analytical needs of decision-makers. For example, imagine a visualisation shows total sales by year. This is useful. But what if we want to compare this with the average spend...

In this blog we will show how to write case statements in Power BI, and how they differ from writing case statements in Tableau. How do you write a CASE statement in Tableau? Since the syntax in Tableau (VizQL) is very similar to SQL syntax writing a...

For anyone interested in learning multiple BI tools, it's always a rough start in the beginning: we're sure we know the basics, but we also need to understand how some concepts translate or don't even compare. Like a Mac user trying to use a PC, switching...

With more than 150 virtual sessions, talks and live Q&A events, the Power BI and Fabric Summit 2024 conference had something for everyone. The keynote session kicked off with an overview of the Microsoft Fabric ecosystem. Getting a chance to hear from Kim Manis, who is...

Assist by InterWorks has been helping hundreds of InterWorks clients for years now. Assist got its beginnings as an on-demand, Tableau assistance offering connecting users directly with our consultants. Tableau users could easily hop on a call, wherever they are in the world, and chat...

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