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Helper II
Helper II

basket analysis

HI, I need help with the following dax.

 

I have a table (store name, date, customer ID, bought item , price etc...)

To do a basket analysis, I created a second table with following DAX:

 

Filter ( Crossjoin ( Values ( 'POS' [Item]), Selectcolumns ( Values ( 'POS' [Item]), "Item2", [Item] )), [Item] > [Item] )

 

This works fine, but I would like to add, [store name] and [ year-month] .

 

How can I modify the above Dax that it will contain these two columns?

 

Thanks for your help

 

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Super User IV
Super User IV

Re: basket analysis

@nabe ,

You can have like this

Filter ( Crossjoin ( Values ( 'POS' [Item]), Selectcolumns ( 'POS', "Item2", [Item], "store name" , [store name]," year-month",[ year-month] )), [Item] > [Item] )

 

 

Cross join do not take same column name, select columns is used to restrict /rename columns

 

You can take full tables too.

crossjoin(table1,Table2)

both can have selectcolumns



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Super User IV
Super User IV

Re: basket analysis

@nabe ,

You can have like this

Filter ( Crossjoin ( Values ( 'POS' [Item]), Selectcolumns ( 'POS', "Item2", [Item], "store name" , [store name]," year-month",[ year-month] )), [Item] > [Item] )

 

 

Cross join do not take same column name, select columns is used to restrict /rename columns

 

You can take full tables too.

crossjoin(table1,Table2)

both can have selectcolumns



Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution! Appreciate your Kudos!!
My Recent Blog -Week is not so Weak Connect on Linkedin

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Helper II
Helper II

Re: basket analysis

@amitchandakunderstood. Thanks for your explanation. This worked perfectly

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