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SQL Server – Analysis Services Multidimensional Data (SSAS)

How to Correctly Install Power Pivot for Excel 2010
Friday, Feb 27 webadmin@SSAS-Info.com (Matt Allington)
Dynamic Time Variant calculations in DAX
Friday, Feb 27 webadmin@SSAS-Info.com (James Beresford)
Power Pivot to SSAS Tabular: Automatically Publish Excel Workbooks
Friday, Feb 27 webadmin@SSAS-Info.com (Avi Singh)
Optimising SSAS Many-To-Many Relationships By Adding Redundant Dimensions
Tuesday, Feb 24 webadmin@SSAS-Info.com (Chris Webb)
Excel CUBE-Functions and MDX UniqueNames
Tuesday, Feb 24 webadmin@SSAS-Info.com (Gerhard Brueckl)
Promoting Excel Tabular Model to SSAS
Tuesday, Feb 24 webadmin@SSAS-Info.com (Martina White)
Alternative use of FIRSTNONBLANK and LASTNONBLANK
Tuesday, Feb 24 webadmin@SSAS-Info.com (Marco Russo)
Biml XIII - The Biml Script for the Entire SSAS Database
Tuesday, Feb 24 webadmin@SSAS-Info.com (Paul te Braak)
Data Mining Algorithms – an Introduction
Thursday, Feb 19 Dejan Sarka
Feb 19, 2015 - Microsoft released CU6 for SQL Server 2014
Thursday, Feb 19 webadmin@SSAS-Info.com (SSAS-Info.com)

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Although Paul Turley is best known as a Reporting Services MVP, he is also a developer of cubes and tabular models. His latest book describes how to create reports using both model types, in either Reporting Services or Power View.

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