Power Pivot, Power Query & DAX in Excel
Analyze data at scale with these advanced Excel functions.
In this advanced Excel course, we look at three crucial advanced Excel features Power Pivot, Power Query, and DAX.
This suite of Excel functions allows you to manipulate, analyze, and evaluate millions of rows of data from Excel or other databases.
We first look at how to bring your data together, merge, and clean it using Power Query before moving onto creating relationships between our data tables and building out a data model. We then look at performing calculations on our data model using DAX, and finally, we look at displaying our analysis using PivotTables and PivotCharts.
If you’ve reached a point where you need Excel to work with data at scale, then these tools will unlock that capability.
This course also includes practice exercises and follow-along files so you can build your data models as we go.
In this course you will learn:
- How to get started with Power Query
- How to connect Excel to multiple workbooks
- How to get data from the web and other sources
- How to merge and append queries using Power Query
- How the Power Pivot window works
- How to set up and manage relationships in a data model
- How to create a PivotTable to display your data from the Power Pivot data model
- How to add calculated columns using DAX
- How to use functions such as CALCULATE, DIVIDE, DATESYTD in DAX
- All about creating Pivot Charts and PivotTables and using your data model
- How to use slicers to adjust the data you display
- This is a video-led course. You can preview some videos below.
- This course includes practice exercises.
- This course is aimed at PC Excel users.
Course Certificate Included
This course includes an optional online quiz that will generate a course certificate upon completion.
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StartExploring the Power Query Editor (6:29)
StartCommon Power Query Transformations (8:59)
StartEditing an Existing Query (9:55)
StartImport Multiple Files from a Folder (11:06)
StartConnect to Data in Another Excel Workbook (9:37)
StartIMPORTANT: Checking the Location of your Query's Source (3:34)
StartGet Data From the Web (5:39)
StartPractise Exercise (1:05)
StartUnpivoting Columns (5:32)
StartCombine Data from Multiple Tables with Merge Queries (6:11)
StartUse Merge Queries to Compare Two Tables (5:03)
StartStack Data into One Table with Append Queries (6:02)
StartDuplicating and Referencing Queries (9:10)
StartGrouping and Aggregating Data (7:53)
StartConditional Columns in Power Query (7:13)
StartPractise Exercise (1:14)