In https://eazybi.com/blog/data_analysis_and_visualization/ I note 3 Recommended Books on Data Analysis
- How to Lie with Statistics by Darrel Huff, October 1993
- Turning Numbers into Knowledge: Mastering the Art of Problem Solving by Jonathan G. Koomey PhD, April 2008.
- Advanced Presentations by Design: Creating Communication that Drives Action by Andrew Abela, September 2008
But what about a book on Mondrian-style MDX?
From https://docs.eazybi.com/display/EAZYBIPRIVATE/Changelog I gather you may be on Mondrian 3.9.0
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 “Fast 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 “MDX 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.