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You can generate a date table in your model by creating a calculated table using either the CALENDAR or CALENDARAUTO DAX functions. Power BI Calendar Table with Weeks, Month, & Year. Creating the Date Dimension in Power BI.
Calendar = VAR BaseCalendar = CALENDAR ( DATE ( 2018, 8, 1 ), DATE ( 2020, 12, 31 ) ) RETURN GENERATE ( BaseCalendar, VAR BaseDate = [Date] VAR YearDate = YEAR (BaseDate) VAR MonthNumber = MONTH (BaseDate) VAR WeekNumber = WEEKNUM (BaseDate) VAR WeekDay = WEEKDAY (BaseDate) RETURN ROW ( "Day", BaseDate, "Month", FORMAT (BaseDate, "mmmm"), "Month Number", MonthNumber, "Year", YearDate, "Year Month", FORMAT ( BaseDate, "yy/mm" ), "Week Number", WeekNumber, "Week Day", FORMAT(BaseDate, "DDDD"), "Weekday Number", WEEKDAY(BaseDate, 2) ) )
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