Analyse data on a whole new level with Power Pivot and Data Analysis Expressions (DAX)
With Power Pivot and DAX, you can model data, visualize big data, and easily and efficiently create analyses to gain important insights. Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) is a collection of formulas used in Power Pivot, Power BI, and Azure Analysis Services, among others. If you work with data management and analytics, you will surely greatly benefit from this Excel add-in.
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What you will learn
Power Pivot Basics
Gain a basic knowledge base in Power Pivot by first downloading and creating a shortcut to Power Pivot as an add-in for Excel. Retrieving data from external sources correctly is the most important step for the program, and in this course you will learn to do just that.
Relationships and columns
Relationships are an essential building block of working in Power Pivot, where many different kinds of relationships are created between separate databases. You can connect columns from one database to another to create completely new information as well as new ways of looking at the data you’re working with.
Measures are calculations that are applied to large amounts of data for data analysis. This course gives you an introduction to the concept and how to use it to provide new insight into your data.
Data Analysis Expression (DAX) formulas
DAX formulas are special measures that can take in multiple columns as arguments and can process big data in a way that Excel cannot. Learn the most common and useful DAX formulas as well as how these measures work.
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