LOG10 Function (DAX)

How does the LOG10 function (DAX) work?

The LOG10 function (DAX) returns the base-10 logarithm of a number.

LOG10 Formula Syntax

LOG10(
     <number>
)

How do you use the LOG10 function?

Using LOG10 is a shortcut for using LOG as a second argument, using base 10.

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Considerations when using the LOG10 function

Logarithm of number to base 10.

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Formula examples using the LOG10 function

= LOG10 (5) returns 0.698970004336019.

The following formulas return the same result, 2:
=LOG(100,10)
=LOG(100)
=LOG10(100)

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