What is the NEXTDAY Function?
The NEXTDAY function in DAX is used to return the date that is one day after the given date. This function takes one argument, which is the date for which you want to calculate the next day. The syntax of this function is as follows:
For example, if you want to calculate the next day after 1st January 2021, you can use the following formula:
This will return the date "1/2/2021".
Using the NEXTDAY Function in Power BI
To use the NEXTDAY function in Power BI, you can create a new measure or column using the DAX formula bar. Let's say you have a table named "Sales" with a column named "Date". You can create a new column named "Next Day" using the following formula:
Next Day = NEXTDAY(Sales[Date])
This will create a new column that contains the date that is one day after the date in the "Date" column.
Applying Filters to NEXTDAY Function
You can also apply filters to the NEXTDAY function to get the next day of a specific date that meets certain criteria. For example, let's say you want to get the next day of the latest date in the "Date" column. You can use the following formula:
Next Day = CALCULATE(NEXTDAY(MAX(Sales[Date])), Sales)
This will return the next day of the latest date in the "Date" column.
The NEXTDAY function in DAX is a simple yet powerful tool that can help you calculate the next day of a given date in Power BI. By applying filters to this function, you can get the next day of a specific date that meets certain criteria. We hope this article has helped you understand how to use the NEXTDAY function in Power BI.
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