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4. This Weird Context Thing

Philip Seamark1  and Thomas Martens2
UPPER HUTT, New Zealand
Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany

Explaining the context: Another approach

Much has been written, and much more has been said, about the evaluation context which has to be mastered to write the most complex DAX statements possible. And it will be very likely that this book will not be the last book that is written about DAX. This is due to the ongoing enhancements of this query language, and it’s impossible to cover all the details about DAX or provide an exhaustive list of examples that will explain the application of DAX for each area of ...

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