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=TRIM('Customers'[Country])
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Leading (and trailing) spaces can cause problems sorting in your pivot tables, so it s often a good idea to employ TRIM() It does not remove embedded spaces, nor does it remove the special Unicode non-breaking-space character The example here is somewhat artificial, as there are no leading or trailing spaces it s for illustration purposes only
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This function converts a column or string literal into uppercase The example is a Customers table calculated column
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=UPPER('Customers'[Country])
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Result
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Analysis
This function might be quite handy for display purposes in your pivot tables and charts
VALUE()
VALUE() is used to convert text into a number It accepts both literals and column references It also works against dates The text, of course, must be a valid number 123 will work while x123 will not The examples are Products table calculated columns
Syntax
=VALUE(LEFT('Products'[QuantityPerUnit],1)) =VALUE(LEFT('Products'[QuantityPerUnit],2))
Result
Analysis
The second formula will produce an error That s because the second character for the QuantityPerUnit column for the product Queso Cabrales is a space character, which can t be cast as a number It s quite likely you won t ever need the VALUE() function By default, PowerPivot will attempt to convert text into numbers where appropriate This is true in general However, this is not always the case with measures imported from an SSAS cube If a cube measure is used in a DAX function, it may well be converted If a cube measure is added to the Values drop-zone in a pivot table, it may not be converted Implicit data conversion on cube measures (from text to numeric) may not work as cube numeric measures can contain non-numeric values (as a result of a cube calculated measure or an MDX Scope statement in a cube script) The first example can probably be left as
=LEFT('Products'[QuantityPerUnit],1)
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Math & Trig Functions
Prac tical PowerPivot & DAX Formulas for Excel 2010
his is the final chapter dealing with DAX functions and formulas It deals with the Math & Trig functions However, you won t find any trigonometric functions as such expect these to appear in a later version of PowerPivot for Excel Some of the functions, for example, EXP() and LN(), are probably for specialized use only However, many of the others are going to be very popular particularly, the eight functions devoted to rounding numbers SUM() and SUMX() are Math & Trig functions, although they have much in common with the Statistical functions as well They were both covered in an earlier chapter on aggregate functions (that is, Statistical functions with SUM() and SUMX()), but are mentioned here again for completeness In any case, SUMX() is worth a second look, as it will be very useful in many BI situations Key concepts Arithmetic manipulation, exponents and logarithms, rounding up and/or down, summing data Keywords ABS(), CEILING(), EXP(), FACT(), FLOOR(), INT(), ISO CEILING(), LN(), LOG(), LOG10(), MOD(), MROUND(), PI(), POWER(), QUOTIENT(), RAND(), RANDBETWEEN(), ROUND(), ROUNDDOWN(), ROUNDUP(), SIGN(), SQRT(), SUM(), SUMX(), TRUNC()
ABS()
ABS() simply converts a negative number into a positive one, and leaves positive numbers unchanged The example uses the Products table
Syntax
=ABS(Products[UnitsInStock]-Products[ReorderLevel])
Result
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Analysis
The result of UnitsInStock minus ReorderLevel for the product Chang is negative ABS() has converted this to a positive value
CEILING()
The CEILING() function rounds a number up to the nearest multiple of significance The second parameter is the unit of significance If both parameters are negative, CEILING() will round down this distinguishes CEILING() from ISOCEILING() The example uses the Products table
Syntax
=CEILING(Products[UnitPrice],1) =CEILING(Products[UnitPrice],1)
Result
Analysis
The result shown is from the second example If you look at Chef Anton s Gumbo Mix, the price has been rounded up to the nearest tenth of a pound (or dollar or euro, depending upon your Control Panel regional settings) here it s been changed from 2135 to 214
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