Classroom training course - online version also available
£695 + VAT for most venues (£795 + VAT for London)
For anyone who is familiar with relational databases, tabular models in Analysis Services are easier to create and use than the old multi-dimensional cube models; plus they use DAX as a language, rather than the harder-to-understand MDX. Tabular models are a natural extension of PowerPivot within Excel.
This course will show you (among other things): how to create tabular models by combining tables from SQL Server, Access, Excel and other data sources; how to create DAX calculated columns and measures to extend your data mode; and how to extract data from these models using clients such as Excel pivot tables.
The contents of this course are as follows:
You should be familiar with how relational databases work to attend this course. You'll also find the course more difficult if you haven't used pivot tables in Excel.
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