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Power Pivot is an Excel add-in, available in Excel 2010 and certain versions of Excel 2013. You can use Power Pivot, with its own DAX functions to perform powerful data analysis and create sophisticated data models. With Power Pivot, you can mash up large volumes of data from various sources, perform information analysis rapidly, and share insights easily.
LEARN HOW SET UP POWERPIVOT REPORTS AND CHARTS AND MASTER DAX FUNCTIONS USED TO PERFORM POWERFUL CALCULATIONS AND ANSLYSIS.
MICROSOFT'S EXCEL, WHICH INCLUDES POWER PIVOT, IS NOW PART OF A BI SYSTEM. IF YOU WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR EXCEL SKILLS FAR BEYOND THE BASIC LEVEL THEN THIS COURSE IS FOR YOU
CONTENTS AND OVERVIEW
In section one of this course we will start at the very basics and learn how to set up and import data to Power Pivot. In this section you will find sample data to download, so you can practice along.
Section two and three will cover the basic elements of Power Pivot such as tables, table relationships, calculated columns slicers and measures.
Once we are working well with these basic's we are going to power things up using DAX functions. DAX functions such as the Calculate function and filter and distinct will give you greater debt to your analysis.
Finally we will look in detail at the Time intelligence functions Power Pivot has to offer.
Who Should Attend?
This course is suited to those with an interest in Excel, Data Analyst's, Data Mining, BI, Reporting and Pivot tables and is well suited for Accountants, Auditors, Internal Auditors, Business Analysts, Finance staff, Banking staff, Management and those involved with Compliance and Risk assessment and BI.
• This course is meant for those involved in the Analysis of Data, Finance & Accounting and Reporting roles.
• This course is not a traditional functions and formulas based course but instead this course covers Excels Add in Power Pivot and is own function language DAX
• This course is suited to those with an interest in Excel, Fraud and Audit and is well suited for Accountants, Auditors, Internal Auditors, Business Analysts, Finance staff, Banking staff, Management and those involved with Compliance and Risk assessment and BI.
• This course is for you if you are looking to learn advanced Excels functions.
• This course is not for you if you are new to Excel.
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|Section 1: Importing Data|
Just a quick intro to Power Pivot and what we will cover in this course
In this section we will take a look at what will be covered in this section
|How to install power pivot - where to download for excel 2010 and how to turn it on in Excel|
|Use the sample files given earlier to import data from Access or use your own data|
|Do you have a custom query, you can also use this to import data|
|Excel and power pivot are best friends, you can always import excel files to power pivot|
|Dont you hate when someone send you a text file, well not any more as you can use this in power pivot too|
|Once you have set up your power pivot workbook, you are going to need to save it somewhere. Watch this tutorial to find out more|
|So we have covered importing data, let wrap it up|
|Lecture 10||13 pages|
Download the notes to go along with this Section
|Quiz 1||4 questions|
to review what you have covered in section 1
|Section 2: The next steps|
In this quick lesson you will be introduced to the topics for this section.
It is important to understand how to work with the tables that you import and in this tutorial we will have a look at what is available with the tables
|Relationships between tables allows you feed columns from multiple tables to one pivot table - lets have a look now|
|Calculated Columns allows you add data to your table of data, lets look to see how this works|
Lets make sure you understand everything from section 2
|Section 3: Pivot tables and charts|
Section 3 overview
|Pivot tables are used to analyse the data. We have some examples to show you in this tutorial|
|Pivot charts are also used to analyse data - lets look at this tutorial to see how|
|Slicers can be added to give greater complexity to your pivot tables and charts - we have some examples to shown you in this tutorial|
Section 3 review
|Quiz 2||4 questions|
To review what is covered in section 2
|Section 4: Measures|
This tutorial will expalin what a Measure is and the difference between calculated columns and measures
|So what do our students think of measures, let go talk with the animation team|
Section 3 review
|Quiz 3||4 questions|
|To revise what has been covered in section 3|
|Section 5: DAX|
|So power pivot produces pivot tables, big swing, but with DAX you can take this to a new dimension|
|Let look as some theory and examples of the x functions and countrows|
|Let look as some theory and examples of the Filter and Distinct functions|
|The calculate function is a very powerful function, but not simple to understand. We have some detailed examples to show you and you may need to revisit this tutorial|
Section 4 review
|Quiz 4||4 questions|
|To review what was shown in section 4|
|Section 6: Time Intelligence|
|The are a lot of time intelligence functions added to dax and it makes working so much easier, in this tutorial we will begin to look at what is available|
|Following on from the previous tutorial, we will now look at another batch of time intelligence functions|
|Wrapping up what we have covered in Time intelligence, the animation team are here to refresh what Paula has covered|
|Quiz 5||4 questions|
|To review items covered in section 5|
|Section 7: Thanks!|
Paula is a Qualified CPA with over 15 years' experience in the fields of Accountancy, Business Management,Process improvement, Internal Audit, Group accountant, Operations management and Training. All across a broad range of industries and sectors. Paula has been Key Speaker at many Accounting Events where her talks on Excel are received very positively. Taken from her experiences in Accounting and business fields, Paula also has Udemy courses for those wishing to up skill, especially in the area of Spreadsheets, Bookkeeping and Accounting.
Now an E-learning Educator 5+ years, Paula also has a focus on E-learning and online teaching. Drawn from her online teaching experience,Paula has a number of courses available to online teachers to help bridge the skills gap for those that teach or wish to teach online.