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    Hi @S B , What are the columns you have in your Power BI data sheet?  ​ ------------------------------ Shane99 Geek Decoders ------------------------------

  • Hi @Eldaniz Bayramov , Do you have a calendar table in your model? From what I have understood from your post, the SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR() function should work inside a measure. You can even try the DATESBETWEEN() function, but you'll need to define variables, ...

  • Hi,  Can anyone could help me? I want to calculate total Revenue for Same Stores. Requirement is that if it is filtered date from 05/01/2020 to 05/19/20 then it  must be calculated for last year only 19 days  05/01/2019 -05/19/2019 . not 31 days for ...

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    Map

    Good evening everyone, I would like to create a map visualization on Power BI using a Map, and add more than a variable on the Map. (Example, want to show customers, suppliers and employees on US map). In other words, want to create multiple layers ...

  • I just found another resource, specifically for the Power Query Editor. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/home?category=powerbi&filter=alltypes&sort=lastpostdesc ------------------------------ Jessica Jolly ALT-Enter, LLC 312/617-9134 ...

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