Where to Purchase
- Anyone can purchase DRM free digital copies of all my books from my online shop.
- Australians can also purchase paperback copies of my book from the shop link above. If you purchase the paperback, you get the eBooks included for no extra charge.
- Amercians can purchase paperback copies of my book from Mr Excel. If you purchase the paperback from Mr Excel, you get the eBooks included for no extra charge.
- For all other countries, you can purchase the paperback from Amazon.com
More About My Books
Learn about Microsoft Power BI and writing DAX formulas for data modelling to bring out the data insights that you can display in your reports from the best in the industry. The following best selling Power BI books are written by full-time Microsoft Power BI expert and renowned Power BI and Power Pivot trainer and author, Matt Allington. You can purchase paperback Power BI Books in Australia and Power BI eBooks (including Kindle) from anywhere in the world from the Shop on this website.
Power BI looks easy to learn on your own. However, in order for you to master the tool and become a self-service Power BI expert, you need to learn data modelling in Power BI with DAX (Data Analysis Expressions) which is the most essential requirement for a full fledged Power BI professional.
DAX is the data modelling language of Power BI and to learn DAX skills, you need lots of practice. This book explains each of the DAX concepts with examples followed by practice exercises that cement your learning.
You can read more details about the Supercharge Power BI book here.
This updated version covers the same learning experience and exercises as covered in Matt Allington’s first book but is updated using Excel 2016. This book teaches readers how to get the most out of Power Pivot for Excel 2016 by learning the DAX language.
DAX is the data modelling language of Power Pivot for Excel and to learn DAX skills, you need lots of practice. This book explains each of the DAX concepts with examples followed by practice exercises that cement your learning.
You can read more details about the Supercharge Excel book here.
DAX Language Quick Reference Guide is prepared by Matt Allington and contains a list of all the current DAX functions and is updated as and when new DAX functions get added to Power BI by Microsoft.
You can download the DAX Language Quick Reference Guide here.
Do you need more Guided Learning for Power BI?
Matt Allington offers various Power BI learning options to suit your Geo-location, time, requirement and level of expertise.
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