All course materials are provided digitally inside the course. There are no additional purchases required to complete the course. For students looking to dig deeper into the topics presented, these three books are suggested additional reading:
- • Recall which type of graph is useful to feature a given relationship (nominal, ranking, part-to-whole, time series, distribution, deviation, correlation, and geospatial)
- • Identify the Excel feature that summarizes values and displays them in rows and columns and includes totals
- • Recall which tool is designed to get and transform data
- • State the Excel feature that creates a graph
- • Recall which tool allows you to relate multiple tables and write measures for use in a report
- • Recognize that an explicit measure is written in Power Pivot
- • Recall which application incorporates the same technologies included in Power Query and Power Pivot
Although there are no course prerequisites, prior experience with traditional PivotTables is recommended.
Advance Preparation Needed
Ensure you have access to Excel for Windows (version 2010 or later), so that you can work through the homework exercises. Plus, you'll want to download Power BI desktop (free) if you want to work on the Power BI exercises. Excel for Mac is not supported.
Recommended CPE Credits
Field of Study
Computer Software & Applications
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