Book Recommendations?

In I note 3 Recommended Books on Data Analysis

  1. How to Lie with Statistics by Darrel Huff, October 1993
  2. Turning Numbers into Knowledge: Mastering the Art of Problem Solving by Jonathan G. Koomey PhD, April 2008.
  3. Advanced Presentations by Design: Creating Communication that Drives Action by Andrew Abela, September 2008

But what about a book on Mondrian-style MDX?

From I gather you may be on Mondrian 3.9.0

How about ?

Hi Martin,

The blog article was more about data visualization and choosing the right chart type based on the goal of the presentation, which is why I did not include any MDX book recommendations.

  • A book on MDX we generally recommend is β€œFast Track to MDX” by Mark Whitehorn, Robert Zare, and Mosha Pasumansky. (Amazon, Springer)
    This book is written in a simple language and is good at explaining all core MDX concepts.

  • Another book we use internally is β€œMDX with SSAS 2012 Cookbook” by Sherry Li and Tomislav Piasevoli (Amazon, Packt)
    It contains 69 practical recipes to analyze multidimensional using high-performance MDX calculations and flexible MDX queries. This book can be helpful as a reference, it’s more advanced and does not cover any basics.