Column Comparisons in Power BI Using DAX

Have you ever needed to show percentage increases or variances between columns in Power BI? Well, here’s a method through DAX formulas to show it. At first, the idea of using tables in Power BI may not be considered the glamorous flashy way to show data visualization. I would argue that the clean interaction and …

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Parameters in Power BI

Guy in a Cube had a great video on using Parameters to dynamically update information pulled in from the database to a Power BI report (view it here). At the time I discovered this video I was looking for something similar. The one difference was I wanted to select multiple items in one report. In other words, in Guy in a Cube’s example, he pulls one StudentID into his report. What if I wanted to pull three, four, or five StudentIDs at once?