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(instead of typing the table and column names, it s much easier to type the letter o after the equal sign (=), and use the arrow keys to highlight, then press tab):
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='Order Details'[Quantity] * 'Order Details'[UnitPrice]
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The formula appears in the formula bar as you start to type When you are nished, press enter and you have a new column of data the column is probably now entitled CalculatedColumn1 The table name is not absolutely necessary, provided you are using columns from the same table The following syntax is a shorter alternative in this case, type the letter q after the equal sign (=):
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=[Quantity] * [UnitPrice]
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Rename the column to Sales Amount by double-clicking the column header, typing the new name, and finally pressing enter Your result should look like Figure 2-27
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Figure 2-27 DAX calculated column for Sales Amount
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That s the Sales Amount done Now, to work out the year for each order:
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Click the Orders tab to make the Orders table current If you can t click the tab, you might still be in the formula bar pressing enter will exit from the formula bar Scroll, if necessary, to find the first empty column with a heading of Add Column (or click the Add button on the Design menu) Click in the column and type the following DAX (the single quotes are optional if there is no space in the table name), and then press enter:
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=YEAR('Orders'[OrderDate])
Again, rather than type the table and column name, type the letter o and then select 'Orders'[OrderDate] and press tab This is known as AutoComplete it s pretty useful Rename the column to Year and press enter The result is shown in Figure 2-28 The following shorter syntax also works:
=YEAR([OrderDate])
Figure 2-28 DAX calculated column for Year
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Finally, to put the category name and product name together:
Click the Products tab to view the Products table Click in the Add Column column, and type the following DAX (you can type the letter c and use AutoComplete to save typing the table name and the column name) If you type the letter r after the equal sign (=), you can save typing the function name in full:
=RELATED('Categories'[CategoryName])
Press enter to accept the DAX formula (to back out at any time as you enter DAX, press esc) The single quotes are optional Rename the column to Category by double-clicking, typing the new name, and pressing enter Hopefully, you are looking at something like Figure 2-29 All of the three DAX formulas here are known as calculated columns
Figure 2-29 DAX calculated column for Category
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If you are from a business intelligence background and are familiar with SSAS, be aware that you have created a star schema and a cube in a few minutes! In fact, this is an SSAS cube although SSAS is nowhere to be seen There is a hidden copy of SSAS running behind PowerPivot even without you having to install SSAS (the hidden copy is installed automatically when you install PowerPivot for Excel) If you are completely new to business intelligence, you have just accomplished something that normally (before PowerPivot) might take days Cool
A Quick Pivot Table
It would be nice to see your new cube as a cube we are still looking at our data as separate tables; PowerPivot enables us to do much better One of the best ways to visualize business intelligence is through a pivot report, which can be a pivot table or a pivot chart (or multiple pivot tables and pivot charts) The pivot table uses MultiDimensional eXpressions (MDX) and the Excel CUBE() functions to extract the data from the hidden, in-memory PowerPivot SSAS cube Pivot reports incorporate a vast range of functionality There is a separate chapter later ( 5) just on pivot tables and charts In this overview chapter we are going to create a simple (yet quite powerful) pivot table just as a starter To create a pivot table from PowerPivot tables:
Click the Home tab to display the Home ribbon in PowerPivot In the Reports group of the Home ribbon, click PivotTable followed by PivotTable in the dropdown menu the menu is shown in Figure 2-30 In the Create PivotTable dialog (Figure 2-31), either accept New Worksheet (the default) or choose Existing Worksheet You are switched out of the PowerPivot window back into the original Excel workbook, and an empty pivot table is displayed in an Excel worksheet You can view the underlying connection by
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