Use Simple SQL to Manage your data in Power Pivot-When I started learning Power Pivot, I learnt there are 2 ways to import data. There is the “standard way” that uses the table import wizard – good for us Excel folk. There is a second way that uses the Query Editor to write some SQL code and extract the data you need direct from […]Read More
DAX Studio 2.0 released today-Great news for Power Pivot for Excel users – DAX Studio has had an update over night and version 2.0 is now available. For those of you that don’t know DAX studio, it is an ADDIN that you install for Excel 2010 or 2013. It connects to the Power Pivot Data Model and allows you […]Read More
Problems Importing Access and Excel 2010 into SQL Server 2012?-Edit 10 Dec 2015: This blog post was written to solve a problem with SQL Server import drivers, however the process of addressing the issue should also work (in reverse) for people that are running 32 bit Office and want to install 64 bit Power BI Desktop. If this is you, read on and you […]Read More
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