Let us consider a scenario where we need to represent similar information at two different category levels. One potential and easiest way would be to create 2 charts or 2 visuals representing same metric at different levels.
When you getdeeper into DAX, tryout some DAX combinations to complete an analysis. Youmight encounter some confusionor difficulties with some of the DAX functions, and this is completely understandable, as some of the DAX functions are quite similar. One example of this is the ALL and ALLSELECTED.
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A workaround to fulfil the requirement of displaying the current year sales and previous year sales, based on a selection of a single data point on year value in a bar chart visual. Let us see how we can achieve this quickly in Power BI.