More Power BI Tips

Dustin Ryan has a few more Power BI tips for us:

But what if I want to show a descriptive field as a tooltip? As of now, only measures can be displayed in the tooltip. But have no fear! One way to work around this is to create a custom calculation to display my descriptive field.

If I want to show a description of the classes within the subjects seen in the chart above, I can create a calculation like so:

Classes = CALCULATE(CONCATENATEX(VALUES(‘Grade data'[Class Name]),’Grade data'[Class Name],”, “))

So now I can show the classes within each subject as a tooltip

I really like his synonyms example.  Read the whole thing.

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