This book, printed in full-gorgeous color, gives you an overview of Power BI, Power Pivot and Power Query, and then dives into DAX formulas, the core capability of Power Pivot. Always from the perspective of the Excel audience.
Written by the worlds foremost Power BI bloggers and practitioners, the books concepts and approach are introduced in a simple, step-by-step manner tailored to the learning style of Excel users everywhere. The techniques presented allow users to produce, in hours or even minutes, results that formerly would have taken entire teams weeks or months to produce.
This book includes lessons on:-
difference between calculated columns and measures
how formulas can be reused across reports of completely different shapes
how to merge disjointed sets of data into unified reports
how to make certain columns in a pivot behave as if the pivot were filtered while other columns do not
how to create time-intelligent calculations in pivot tables such as «Year over Year» and «Moving Averages» whether they use a standard, fiscal, or a complete custom calendar.
how to leverage Power Query to make your Power Pivot models awesome!
how to use Power BI Desktop and PowerBI.com and how they fit into the Excel landscape
The «pattern-like» techniques and best practices contained in this book have been developed and refined over several years of onsite training with Excel users around the world, and the key lessons from those seminars costing thousands of dollars per day are now available to you, within the pages of this easy-to-follow guide. This updated second edition covers new features introduced with Office 2016 and Power BI Desktop.
Excel For Apple Mac Tabular View Vs Outline Pivot Tablet
WATCH PART 2: file used in the video: this video s. In Excel there are tables and PivotTables. You may wonder why you'd need to create a table when the whole worksheet already looks like one. And you've heard about PivotTables and how complex they are. To be able to use either effectively, it helps to know what each of them does, and when to use one or the other. Continue reading to learn more about the differences between tables and PivotTables.
Excel For Apple Mac Tabular View Vs Outline Pivot Tables
Click any cell inside the pivot table. On the Analyze tab, in the Tools group, click PivotChart. The Insert Chart dialog box appears. Below you can find the pivot chart. This pivot chart will amaze and impress your boss. Note: any changes you make to the pivot chart are immediately reflected in the pivot table and vice versa. Note that the directions on this page apply to current versions of Excel (2007 and later). If you have an earlier version of Excel, go to the page on how to create an advanced pivot table in Excel 2003. For this pivot table example we use the spreadsheet below, which lists a company's sales figures during the first quarter of 2016.