Power Pivot is a self-service business intelligence tool that comes bundled with Microsoft Excel. Anyone can get started with Power Pivot by enabling the add-in, loading some data, and building a pivot table. But that basic approach allows you to only scratch the surface of Power Pivot’s capabilities. If you want to be able to supercharge Excel using Power Pivot, you need to learn to write DAX, the formula language of Power Pivot for Excel and Power BI. With the help of a good book that prompts readers to put their new skills to the test, Excel users can rather quickly learn the required DAX skills. This is such a book, written to give you hands-on practice using Power Pivot for Excel and writing DAX. Inside you will find explanations of concepts, examples, worked-though exercises, and practice exercises and answers to maximise learning retention and experience.