There are several methods for using Power BI to compare data sets, including using charts and visualizations, creating calculated measures and using DAX formulas.
Using Charts and Visualizations
One of the simplest ways to compare data sets with Power BI is by using charts and visualizations. Power BI provides a range of chart types, including bar charts, line charts, scatter plots, and more. These charts can be used to display data from different data sets side by side, making it easy to compare and contrast the data.
For example, if you have two data sets that contain sales data for different products, you could create a bar chart that shows the total sales for each product in each data set. This would allow you to see which products are performing better in each data set, and to compare the overall performance of the two data sets.
Creating Calculated Measures
Another method for comparing data sets with Power BI is by creating calculated measures. Calculated measures are custom calculations that you can create using the DAX language. These calculations can be used to compare data from different data sets… (