Here is the second and concluding part of the mini series on diving into the order of operations based on workout-wednesday 2022 week 15 challenge by Erica Hughes. In Part 1 we rebuilt the solution that was in the challenge but this time our aim is to avoid using hard-encoding the maximum date or storing … Continue reading A bit about the order of operations – Part 2
Wow, it's been more than a month since I last published something. So it is more than time to get going again. This time, we will do two things: first, revisit workout-wednesday challenge 2022 - Week 15, rebuild it and discuss the challenges related to the order of operations. Then, in Part 2 of this … Continue reading A bit about the order of operations – Part 1
It's Christmas, the kids are super tired from the exciting day and I am the only one left awake. What could be a better way to (most likely) conclude the year than to provide another example on table calculations? Today I have nothing new or unexpected, it is just adding to the vast array of … Continue reading A quickie on understanding table calculations
Update 23 November: As some have noticed, would it not be easier to just do a window_sum(sum[hour_hours])) and compute that by Answer is: yes. The original question was phrased differently with the user asking to also deduct several values which, in retrospect was not what he wanted. All he wanted was to just sum the … Continue reading Mimicing Excels sumif / Vlookup without data manipulation
Just as I had finished my blog on how to transfer results of a table calculation from one sheet to another, a new but related question popped up on the forums. This time, the user wanted to compare two independent rankings. I.e. he did not want to compare on a product level but instead he wanted to compare Rank#1 from Ranking A to Rank#1 from Ranking B etc where both rankings could be based on completely independent filters.