START AT DAX Statement

The START AT keyword is part of the EVALUATE statement and defines the rows to skip before the specified values according to the sort order specified in the ORDER BY section of EVALUATE.
It includes one or more values, up to the number of columns specified in ORDER BY. The values match the position of the corresponding column in ORDER BY.

ALL ( 'Product'[Brand], 'Product'[Color] )
ORDER BY 'Product'[Brand], 'Product'[Color]
START AT "Proseware", "Red"
Brand Color
Proseware Red
Proseware Silver
Proseware White
Southridge Video Black
Southridge Video Blue
Southridge Video Brown
Southridge Video Gold
Southridge Video Grey
Southridge Video Pink
Southridge Video Red
Southridge Video Silver
Southridge Video White
Southridge Video Yellow
Tailspin Toys Black
Tailspin Toys Blue
Tailspin Toys Gold
Tailspin Toys Green
Tailspin Toys Grey
Tailspin Toys Pink
Tailspin Toys Purple
Tailspin Toys Red
Tailspin Toys Silver
Tailspin Toys White
Tailspin Toys Yellow
The Phone Company Black
The Phone Company Gold
The Phone Company Grey
The Phone Company Pink
The Phone Company Silver
The Phone Company White
Wide World Importers Black
Wide World Importers Blue
Wide World Importers Brown
Wide World Importers Green
Wide World Importers Grey
Wide World Importers Orange
Wide World Importers Pink
Wide World Importers Purple
Wide World Importers Red
Wide World Importers Silver
Wide World Importers White
Wide World Importers Yellow

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Context Transition

This function performs a Context Transition if called in a Row Context. Click to read more.

Row Context

This expression is executed in a Row Context. Click to read more.


Not recommended

The use of this function is not recommended. See Remarks and Related functions for alternatives.

Not recommended

The use of this parameter is not recommended.


This function is deprecated. Jump to the Alternatives section to see the function to use.


A volatile function may return a different result every time you call it, even if you provide the same arguments. Click to read more.


This parameter is deprecated and its use is not recommended.

DirectQuery compatibility

Limitations are placed on DAX expressions allowed in measures and calculated columns.
The state below shows the DirectQuery compatibility of the DAX function.


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