You searched "tabular"
        Page 34 of 349 results
article –

Converting MDX to DAX – First Steps

A BISM Tabular model can be queried by using both MDX and DAX. These two different languages rely on different modeling concepts, because MDX has a semantic based on dimensions, attributes, hierarchies and measures, whereas DAX only knows table and…  Read more

blog post –

PASS Summit 2011: good time for a chat on DAX?

This year I and Marco Russo will host a Birds of a Feather lunch about “ DAX, Vertipaq and BISM Tabular ” during PASS Summit in Seattle. If you want to spend some time speaking about DAX, the new Vertipaq engine of just have a good chat in front of some  Read more

white paper –

The Many-to-Many Revolution

This white paper explores many different uses of many-to-many relationships in both SQL Server Analysis Services Multidimensional and Tabular models.  Read more

video –

Vertipaq vs OLAP: Change Your Data Modeling Approach

While in classical OLAP cubes the clear winner data modeling technique is dimensional modeling, it is interesting to understand what will happen with the new Vertipaq engine. In Vertipaq there is no real need to do dimensional modeling, because the…  Watch now

article –

Automate PowerPivot Data Refresh in Excel

In many workshops and sessions about PowerPivot the most frequently asked question has always been: how can I automate the PowerPivot Data Refresh in Excel? I talked about that a few weeks ago.  Read more

blog post –

Automate PowerPivot Data Refresh in Excel

link In many workshops and sessions about PowerPivot the most frequently asked question has always been: how can I automate the PowerPivot Data Refresh in Excel? I talked about that a few weeks ago . The sad answer is that this feature is not supported  Read more

blog post –

Deep dive day on #DAX at #SQLBits

September 29th I and Marco Russo will be delivering a full day of deep dive into the DAX programming language, during the training days of SqlBits 9 . Later on, during the conference, I will deliver a session about many to many relationships in DAX, exploiting  Read more