OLAP Train is a curriculum-development company that specializes in OLAP and related data-warehousing technologies. Microsoft licenses OLAP Train's courseware for Microsoft SQL Server 2000 worldwide as Microsoft Official Curriculum titles.
I will say this breifly:
1. You are not going to learn more from this book than from the books on line included with sql server 2000.
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Not only is this book useful, it has the added advantage of being well written. I picked it up after spending a few days wandering around in Books On Line and reading Erik... Read morePublished on March 1 2004 by T. Mccobb
The book skims over Analysis Services. Case in point: Nowhere in the book does it cover the unary operators and/or how to apply them to create custom rollups. Read morePublished on March 21 2003 by Bob
After digging thru most SQL Server DBA books without finding much if any coverage of how to build an OLAP solution for Data Warehousing I found this text to be perfect for my... Read morePublished on Oct. 23 2002 by Benjamin S. Prusinski
It a great book for OLAP. According to Microsoft Analysis Services, it should include Data Mining. It would be perfect and I would give five stars if it includes the content of... Read morePublished on Sept. 19 2002 by Xidong Zhang
This is a good book that will help you get started on Microsoft's SQL Server Analysis Services.
You'll get to learn how to build a Cube, build a Dimension and the different... Read more
The good thing about this book is the CD. However, the author did not do a good job on MDX section. It made me very confusing.Published on April 23 2002
This author is able to explain complex ideas simply. Everything works! Not only is this author knowledgeable, the text reflects actual experience in using Analysis Services to do... Read morePublished on Feb. 1 2002 by E. A. BABB
This book shows some basic examples by mousing through the menus with a pre-cooked script, but the on-line tutorial does about the same thing. Read morePublished on Nov. 11 2001