Sunday, May 27, 2018

Beginning Big Data with Power BI and Excel 2013 By Neil Dunlop

Beginning Big Data with Power BI and Excel 2013 By Neil Dunlop
■Chapter 1: Big Data
■Chapter 2: Excel As Database and Data Aggregator
■Chapter 3: Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts
■Chapter 4: Building a Data Model■Chapter 4: Building a Data Model
■Chapter 5: Using SQL in Excel
■Chapter 6: Designing Reports with Power View
■Chapter 7: Calculating with Data Analysis Expressions (DAX)
■Chapter 8: Power Query
■Chapter 9: Power Map 
■Chapter 10: Statistical Calculations
■Chapter 11: HDInsight
This book is intended for anyone with a basic knowledge of Excel who wants to analyze and visualize data in order to get results. It focuses on understanding the underlying structure of data, so that the most appropriate tools can be used to analyze it. The early working title of this book was “Big Data for the Masses,” implying that these tools make Business Intelligence (BI) more accessible to the average person who wants to leverage his or her Excel skills to analyze large datasets.


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