Power Pivot And Power BI
Power Pivot & Power BI:
The Excel User's Guide to DAX, Power Query, Power BI and Power Pivot in Excel 2010-2016
Excel pros are used to working with unstructured data. This ability is what has made Excel so successful, but itís also this freedom that makes learning Power Pivot challenging. Why? Because Power Pivot requires structured data, something weíre just not used to.
Itís for this reason that we HIGHLY recommend Power Pivot and Power BI as an essential part of the learning journey. In fact, had it not been for the material in this book, Ken says he wouldnít be equipped to teach courses on Power Pivot.
Learning how tools work is great, but if you canít figure out how to apply it to your own work, it doesnít help. And that, right there, is why this book is so essential. Not only does it teach you the concepts of how to build your DAX measures, this book clearly works through how DAX calculates those measures. This is critical, as it teaches you how to debug the measures when you write one that doesnít work.
As an added bonus, this download package not only includes the full 312 page e-Book, but it also includes a copy of the DAX tip card. This handy card will remind you how the DAX engine calculates, as well as shows some key measure patterns.
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