Here are some of the resources that I have used while learning about Power Pivot and other Power BI tools. I will add new resources, as I find them
There are videos and written tutorials to help you get started with Power Pivot
In the window below, you can watch a Getting Started in Power Pivot playlist that I compiled on YouTube.
These tutorials cover the basics of getting started with Power Pivot..
These courses use video lessons to demonstrate the Power BI techniques, tools and formulas.
This course is offered by Mynda Treacy, at My Online Training Hub
The Power Pivot for Excel Course includes 5.5 hours of video tutorials covering everything from installing Power Pivot, importing data, DAX formulas, PivotTables and more. Download the sample files, and follow along with the lessons.
In this hands-on project-based course, you will build a Power Pivot model from start to finish. The training is delivered online and tutorials are available to watch 24/7 at your own pace. Pause, rewind, replay as many times as you like.
Watch this sneak preview, to see a sample of the course material, then click here for more information.
This course is offered by Chandoo, at Chandoo.org
In this video, Chandoo introduces Power Pivot, and shows how to set up linked tables in Excel. This will give you an idea of his teaching style, before you decide to enroll in the Advanced Excel & Power Pivot Training course.
This course is offered by Rob Collie, at PowerPivotPro.com
Here is one of the video lessons from the Power Pivot University course:
Excel's new Power Query add-in can do amazing things with your data.
If you'd like to learn more about it, experts Ken Puls and Miguel Escobar have launched a new website, where they will offer live, online Power Query training. You'll have two days of live online training (4 hours per day), then a live follow-up Q&A session, about a week later.
These books will take you from the beginner stage, into the advanced levels of Power Pivot and Power Query. Most links will take you to the Amazon website, where you can read the review, and use the "Look Inside" feature, to examine the book, before buying it.
Excel Power Pivot and Power Query For Dummies, by Michael Alexander
M Is for (Data) Monkey: A Guide to the M Language in Excel Power Query by Ken Puls and Miguel Escobar -- Click the Read Preview button below, to see a preview of the Kindle version
Dashboarding and Reporting with Power Pivot and Excel by Kasper de Jonge
PowerPivot Alchemy: Patterns and Techniques for Excel by Bill Jelen, Rob Collie
Microsoft Excel 2013: Building Data Models with PowerPivot by Alberto Ferrari and Marco Russo
PowerPivot for the Data Analyst: Microsoft Excel 2010 by Bill Jelen
DAX Formulas for PowerPivot by Rob Collie
Last updated: September 20, 2016 7:45 PM
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