Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) is a formula language introduced by Microsoft in Power BI, Power Pivot and Analysis Services Tabular to define calculations and queries.
DAX Formatter is a free tool by SQLBI that transform your raw DAX formulas into clean, beautiful and readable code. The syntax rules used improves the readability of the expressions, read this article to learn more: Rules for DAX code formatting »
You can format any DAX query and expression in the form:
- EVALUATE …
- Table[column] = …
- Table[measure] := …
- [measure] := …
- [measure] = …
- measure := …
- measure = …
- = …
You can call the service via standard HTTP requests. Learn how to use API »
By using DAX Formatter by SQLBI you are agree to the following conditions:
- The service is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind.
- The query you write are sent to a server running on Windows Azure, which provide a service for syntax formatting.
- A few results of the query parser can be saved for statistical reasons (most used functions, complexity index, average length and others).
- The DAX Formatter rebuild the DAX query code based on the syntax tree and the result might not correspond to the original query.
DAX Formatter is not working as expected?
Please, fill out the form as completely as possible.
Note: the current formula will be automatically attached to the request.
[Mar 27, 2018] Added support to SELECTEDMEASURE and SELECTEDMEASURENAME
Implemented support to SELECTEDMEASURE and SELECTEDMEASURENAME functions introduced in Azure Analysis Services on March 2018.
[Feb 7, 2018] Added support to UTCNOW and UTCTODAY functions
Implemented support to UTCNOW and UTCTODAY functions introduced in Power BI Desktop February 2018
[Jan 6, 2018] Fixed bug in CONCATENATEX syntax
Fixed bug in CONCATENATEX syntax using “order by” parameter (fourth argument) without following order argument (fifth argument).
2006-2018 © SQLBI. All rights are reserved.
SQLBI is a trademark of SQLBI Corp.
Loader is the legal representative of SQLBI in Europe.