I watched a video from Guy in a Cube’s Patrick featuring Marco Russo where they walked through an example using a technique to debug DAX measures using VAR/RETURN – I loved this! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SV2VnYbgg4 The video made me recall another Blog…
By Matt Allington Intro from Rob Many of you already know of Matt Allington and his background as BI Director for Coca-Cola Asia Pacific. Matt recently flew around the world (literally) to attend my training course with the purpose of…
In this Report, We Are Only Seeing Customers Who Have Purchased
Both Accessories AND Clothing During 2004
A Post From Oceanside!
Yeah, I’m on vacation (my first real vacation in 5+ years), so why am I writing a post? Well, it’s before 9 am, the family is still sleeping in, and I honestly loved the idea of slipping out to write a post while looking at the ocean.
The truth is I LOVE writing these posts – in some sense they represent Peak Fun for me, especially when they can be written at a relaxed pace with no outside pressures. In the future, maybe I will take vacations for the express purpose of writing. (That sounds surprisingly good to me actually).
Slicers – The More You Select, the More You “Get”
Gantt Chart with Resource Loading Report
The response to POST 1 of this Gantt Chart mini series was swift and it didn’t take long for Vegard to contact me with a query regarding resource loading. Vegard had quickly taken the template and adapted it to include resource hours. The issue existed with getting the total hours for each resource to behave the way he wanted. Naturally, individuals will normally work for a set expected amount of time per day and if tasks are planned which exceed that expectation, it’s obvious that they might not get the work done!
In this post, I’ll start to explain how to adapt the model from the previous post to include resource loading and associated subtotals per individual resource.
Guest Post by David Churchward Subtotals on or off for a field - They’re the options that you get. That’s probably great for a lot of situations, but I would put money on the majority of readers of this post…