In Power BI, if you are creating year-week sales report, then you will encounter a most common issue. i.e Power BI by default return single digit week number/month number. Default Sorting in Power BI: But desired results is: 2018-12 2018-11 2018-09 2017-01 Using this formula once can fix this problem: Year-Month= Data[a_date].[Year]&”-“&FORMAT(Data[a_date].[MonthNo],”00″) Year-Week= Data[a_date].[Year]&”-“&FORMAT((Data[a_date].[MonthNo],1),”00”) Advertisements
https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiYmMzNDA3MTItNDY2ZC00M2YwLWIyMTQtYmIxNTVmZGU5ODYxIiwidCI6IjZkNjJiMjE0LWQyMWYtNDc0YS05MmEyLWFlNjE4NzNiNjA5ZCIsImMiOjl9 This week we are Visualizing Household Income Distribution in the U.S. by State Data Source: data.world
Q. Tableau vs Qlikview, the differences between these platforms? Best Answer: Both, QlikView and Tableau are fabulous tools, which are changing the way BI used to happen traditionally. Both have their own pros and cons. Let me provide my perspective on it: Benefits / Pros for both the tools: 1. Fast implementation – typically it … More Tableau vs Qlikview, the differences between these platforms?