Learn to Write DAX PDF – A practical guide to learning Power Pivot for Excel and Power BI
There are a few people I want to thank who have encouraged and helped me in my venture into my own
business and helped me to get this book written and released:
Rob Collie: What can I say but thanks! Thanks for trailblazing this Power Pivot thing and making my
journey so much easier. And thanks for everything you have personally done to help me succeed.
Scott Senkeresty: Thanks for generously helping me out a lot when I was still learning. (But do we
ever really stop learning?!)
Avi Singh: Thanks for generously sharing your knowledge with me.
Bill Jelen: Thanks for backing me with my first book.
Marco Russo and Alberto Ferrari: Thanks for the generous and numerous free resources that you
share with everyone across the web. I have learnt a lot from you guys.
John Hackwood and Tina Taylor: Thanks for being my guinea pigs and giving me so much great feedback
about how to improve the book so it makes more sense to someone who is learning.
Nick Colebatch: Thanks for the original idea that eventually morphed into this book.
Chandoo: Thanks for your advice and coaching about this book and more.
Kathy, Kaitlin, and Maddie: Thanks for supporting me in my decision to pursue my passion to go it
alone. I wouldn’t have chanced it without your support.
Active learning lessons for mastering DAX
Data analysis expressions (DAX) is the formula language of PowerPivot and this book is written to give hands-on practice to anyone who wants to become competent at writing such formulas. Sample exercises that explain each concept are provided and followed by practice questions and answers to maximize learning and experience with DAX.