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  • Microsoft Power BI Power Query | Power Pivot | Power View| Power Map www.Enterprizeerp.com
  • Slide | 2 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 3 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 4 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 5 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 6 History of Excel
  • Slide | 7 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 8 The World of Data is Changing 70 % Excel User 30 Years Excel Enhancing Further Know Early Stage to Win Excel Game
  • Slide | 9 Power BI Cloud
  • Slide | 10 Complete & Consistent Data
  • Slide | 11 Rapid Data Exploration & Visualization 11 Power View Data Explorer Power Pivot GeoFlow Reporting Services Sharepoint
  • Slide | 12 Reduce dependency of Business on IT Department for BI Quality Discovery Governance Visualization Big DataIntegration Enterprise BI Enablement – BI as a Service Reduce dependency of Business on IT Department for BI Self ServePlatform/Advisory Services Stakeholder satisfaction • Merge Data • Build data relationships • Manage business rules • Data Analysis • Master Data • Data cleansing • Enterprise Data Dictionary • Data classification • Collaboration • Data certification • Access Control • Meta data management • Scorecards • Dashboards • Drilldown • Data Modeling • Pattern recognition • Predictive analytics
  • Slide | 13 Power BI : The Big Picture Power BI O365 Tenant Power BI Admin Center Data Management Gateway On- Premises Data Catalog Power BI Site External Data Q&A Power Query Power View Power Map Power Pivot Visualize Excel Mobile App
  • Slide | 14 Databases Flat Files Reporting Services Cloud Hadoop SharePoint Lists Internet Active Directory Facebook Relationships Calculations Key Performance Indicators Tables Charts Maps Exporting Tables Charts Apps For Office 3-D Maps Hierarchies
  • Slide | 15 Microsoft Reporting Options Excel PivotTables Power View PowerPivot Reporting Services PerformancePoint Main Purpose Ad-hoc Reporting Who Uses It End Users Requirements Any Version of Excel Main Purpose Ad-hoc Analytics and Reporting Who Uses It Power Users Requirements Excel 2010 or Higher Main Purpose Pixel Perfect Static Reporting Who Uses It Developers Requirements SQL Server Main Purpose Data Exploration Who Uses It End Users Requirements SQL 2012 / SharePoint 2010 SP1 or Excel 2013 Main Purpose Dashboards Who Uses It Developers Requirements SharePoint 2007 or Higher
  • Slide | 16 Data Options Table PivotTable PivotChart Power View
  • Slide | 17 Complete Power BI Platform Quality Discovery Governance Visualization Big DataIntegration Power BI Platform = SQL + Office Reduce dependency of Business on IT Department for BI Power QueryPower Query Power Query Power Query Power PivotPower Pivot Data Mgmt. Gateway BI Sites Power View Power Maps Q&AQ&A BI Admin Center Data CatalogData Catalog Mobile BI App Pivot Charts Self ServePlatform/Advisory Services Stakeholder satisfaction
  • Slide | 18 What is the Excel Data Model? • It’s a Power Pivot data model that is built implicitly • Way to have data in your workbook that isn’t in your worksheets • Read-only • Compatible with Power View • When workbook uploaded to SharePoint, compatible with Analysis Services clients (if Power Pivot for SharePoint installed) • Architecture – Columnar storage – In-memory query engine • xVelocity in-memory Analytics Engine, f.k.a. VertiPaq – Data highly compressed – Queries are very fast
  • Slide | 19 Process to get Success in Power BI
  • Slide | 20 The tools in both worlds
  • Slide | 21 Microsoft Power BI for Office 365 Analyze Visualize Share Find Q&A Mobile Discover Search, access, and transform public and internal data sources with Power Query Share data views and workbooks refreshable from on-premises and cloud based data sources, with Power BI Sites Easy data modeling and lightning fast in-memory analytics with Power Pivot Bold new interactive data visualizations with Power View and Power Map Ask questions and get immediate answers with natural language query Scalable | Manageable | Trusted Mobile access through HTML5 and touch optimized apps for Windows 8, RT and iOS tablets
  • Slide | 22 Powerful Self-Service BI with Excel 2013
  • Slide | 23 Powerful Self-Service BI with Excel 2013
  • Slide | 24 Powerful Self-Service BI with Excel 2013
  • Slide | 25 Q&A Collaborate and Stay Connected with Office 365
  • Slide | 26 Q&A Collaborate and Stay Connected with Office 365
  • Slide | 27 Q&A Collaborate and Stay Connected with Office 365
  • Slide | 28 Extend with Hybrid Cloud Solutions
  • Slide | 29 Extend with Hybrid Cloud Solutions
  • Slide | 30 Extend with Hybrid Cloud Solutions
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  • Slide | 39 PowerPivot Unites Business Users and IT Provides alignment between I.T. and Business Users Empowered to create without IT dependence Managing compliance and resources without user interference I.T. • Provision • Administer • Secure • Track Users • Model • Analyze • Personalize • Share data
  • Slide | 40 Seamless Transition of the Semantic Model TeamBI Our Context BI Solution created by power user. Context is for a small team & it’s managed on a server. PersonalBI CorporateBI My Context BI solution created by user. Context is only for user & exists as document. The Org’s Context BI Solution created by IT, Established corporate context & is reusable, scalable and backed up. PowerPivot for Excel PowerPivot for SharePoint Analysis Services AlignedEmpowered
  • Slide | 41 Rode Map to Power BI Solution
  • Slide | 42 Traditional BI Flow vs. Self Service Flow BI Team Biz Models (Cubes) Reports SharePoint Business Unit SharePoint Team Biz knowledge & toolset united Weeks literally become hours Data Sources Traditional Approach Scheduled Refresh Security One version of the truth Transparency for IT Usage Tracking Workflow Integration w/ Other Apps
  • Slide | 43Source: Gartner (August 2011) [2995 respondents] What are the Trends in BI?
  • Slide | 44 What are Dashboards? • Visual displays of information needed to achieve one or more objectives* • Single-Screen display of information • Should answer fundamental questions • Alert the user to issues or problems • Operational, Performance, Personal
  • Slide | 45 What are Scorecards? • Elements of a dashboard • Align strategies and organizational goals • Measure and manage Key Performance Indicators (KPI) • Modeled after the business, not the data
  • Slide | 46 Power BI’s Ingredients & Data Analysis Workflow Core Excel Power Pivot Power View Power Query Power Map SharePoint/Tablet Apps • Data Connection Wizard • Power Pivot window • Power Query Acquire • Worksheet • Power Pivot window • Power Query Shape/Model • PivotTables • PivotCharts • Power View • Power Map Visualize • Excel Services • Excel Web App • Power BI tablet apps Publish
  • Slide | 47 What are component of Power BI Office 365 Self Service BI Power Query Power Pivot Power View Power Map Q & A (Natural Language) Power BI Sites
  • Slide | 48 SuiteofExcel-Based,Self-ServiceBITools–CombinedwiththeO365ServiceOffering: • PowerPivot–inmemorytabulardatawarehouseandmodelingengine • PowerView–interactivedataexploration,visualization,andpresentationexperiencethat encouragesintuitivead-hocreporting • PowerMap(a.k.a.“GeoFlow”)–geographicplottingtoolforcreatinginteractive3Dmap visualizationsandtours • PowerQuery –toolforsearching,discovering,combining,andrefiningexternaldata • PowerBIApps–forOffice365andWindows8 What are component of Power BI
  • Slide | 49 Search – Find Data, Where is my Source ETL-Extract Transform & Load , Relationship, FK,PK Analysis , Prediction, Intelligence, Research Result, Summery or Output Power Query Power Pivot Power Map Power View What Power BI Component Actually Do ?
  • Slide | 50 Power Query Power Pivot Power Map Power View With Logo
  • Slide | 51 Search – Find Data, Where is my Source ETL-Extract Transform & Load , Relationship, FK,PK Analysis , Prediction, Intelligence, Research Result, Summery or Output Flow
  • Slide | 52 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 53 Power Query: Overview, Data Shaping, Manipulation • Imports data from both conventional and novel data sources • Brings the data into Excel worksheets and/or the Excel Data Model • Web page data import that is far superior to Excel’s built-in facility • Adds a lot of value to Power Pivot and Power View. – Provides access to additional data sources • Uses a sophisticated underlying query language which users can completely ignore, or use directly (or just observe) • Available for Excel 2010 or 2013. Data Model support only in 2013. • Product is in preview. • Configure data types • Rename and remove columns • Insert custom columns • Split columns (i.e. convert delimited text to columns) • Sort, Group • Unpivot columns • Filter data • Replace values • Keep top n rows, or specific range of rows • Remove duplicates
  • Slide | 54 Getting External Data Into Excel • Fetch data from disparate sources – Relational databases and cubes – Text files and web pages • Filter and shape – Select the data you want – Split and reformat columns • Refreshable queries – Not just a one time copy & paste action
  • Slide | 55 Data Import Experiences
  • Slide | 56 Why Power Query? Enables self-service data discovery, query, transformation and mashup experiences in Excel Discovery and connectivity to a wide range of data sources, including publicly available data of all sizes & shapes. Highly interactive and intuitive experience for rapidly and iteratively building queries over any data source, any size. Consistency of experience, and parity of query capabilities over all data sources. Joins across different data sources; ability to create custom views over data that can then be shared with team/department.
  • Slide | 57 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 58 PowerQuery & Data Source Accepted • Find and connect data across a wide variety of sources • prepare it for further analysis and modelling by tools such as Power Pivot and PowerView • Use the JSON parser to create data visualizations over Big Data and Azure HDInsight • Pull data into Power Pivot from new data sources, such as XML, Facebook, and File Folders as refreshable connections. • With the Power BI Preview edition, you can share and manage queries as well as search data within your organization. • Search Data , Many Sources, Many transformations, Extensible by code (language M),Share to Power BI Data Catalog  Web page  Excel or CSV file  XML file  Text file  Folder  SQL Server database  Windows Azure SQL Database  Access database  Oracle database  IBM DB2 database  MySQL database  SharePoint List  OData feed  Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS  Windows Azure Marketplace  Active Directory  Facebook
  • Slide | 59 Data Sources Windows Azure Marketplace Windows Active Directory SQL Azure Azure HDInsight
  • Slide | 60 Power Query: Caveats • Sometimes augments, sometimes replaces the Data tab. This can get confusing. • There are now three places to get at data: – Data Tab – Power Pivot window – Power Query
  • Slide | 61 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 62 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 63 Power Pivot's history started with two internal Microsoft papers by Amir Netz in 2006, who was then an Architect in the SQL Server Analysis Team. The first paper introduced the concept of a BI “sandbox,” which was conceived as a product that would allow BI applications to be created in a much easier way—in a controlled environment that would include relational databases, multidimensional databases, and a reporting tool. While the paper helped to shape PowerPivot from concept to product, many of the original ideas changed. For example, in the original paper, Microsoft Access was the client application, not Excel, but nevertheless, many of Netz’s ideas formed the essence of PowerPivot. 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Amir Netz Formerly known as… History of Power Pivot
  • Slide | 64 Add-In SQL Server 2008 R2 2010 Self Service BI FREE !! SQL Server 2012 SQL Server 2014 Logo
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  • Slide | 66 Enjoy fast calculations and analysis on large data volumes1 Use the PowerPivot for Excel 2010 add-in to get quicker analysis of large data sets on the desktop. PowerPivot, using its in-memory engine and efficient compression algorithms, can process even huge data sets with extremely quick performance. You can process millions of rows with about the same performance as a few hundred rows.
  • Slide | 67 Take advantage of Data Analysis Expressions.2 Enjoy the familiarity of Excel expressions when using Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) to build advanced analysis applications. Perform powerful manipulations beyond standard Excel capabilities, follow relationships between tables as in a database, and define sophisticated calculations using familiar and intuitive expressions. Use powerful relational capabilities to create advanced analytics applications using expressions like SamePeriodLastYear(), ClosingBalances (), Previous Day(), etc.
  • Slide | 68 Capitalize on existing skills and familiar Excel features.3 Leverage familiar Excel features that you already know, such as PivotTables, PivotCharts, and Slicers. Even the new DAX functions follow familiar Excel syntax. If you know how to work with Excel, you already know how to work with PowerPivot.
  • Slide | 69 Integrate data from virtually any source.4 Discover intricate information by combining data from a multitude of sources, including relational databases, spreadsheets, reports, text files, and Internet data feeds. PowerPivot can determine data relationships automatically and create a customizable model of fact and dimension tables for fast in-memory analysis.
  • Slide | 70 Drill down to the key relevant data quickly5 Take advantage of intuitive Excel slice-and-dice functionality to quickly focus on relevant data. Use the Slicer to view your data from different perspectives, filter the data to display just what you need, and enjoy new search capabilities to spend less time sifting through massive quantities of data and more time analyzing.
  • Slide | 71 Work seamlessly via a Web browser6 Publish your analysis in SharePoint and access your shared applications directly in the browser without having to download the workbooks with all their data to every workstation. Enjoy an attractive user interface in SharePoint, browsing at its best, and the same performance and features as in the Excel client.
  • Slide | 72 Share and collaborate on analysis with others7 Turn your workbooks into shared applications accessible virtually anytime and from almost any location to increase the productivity of your team with PowerPivot for Excel 2010. Benefit from all the available SharePoint features, such as role-based security, workflows, and versioning.
  • Slide | 73 Automatically refresh shared applications8 Ensure that your team makes decisions based on most recent data by conveniently configuring the refresh cycle for your workbook applications in the SharePoint user interface. SharePoint can automatically update the data from any source.
  • Slide | 74 Discover and build upon existing solutions.9 Reuse shared applications as data sources in new analysis to dig deeper, faster and compress decision cycles. Rely on SharePoint as a secure collaboration platform for centralized access to shared applications, browse the sites you have permissions to access, and integrate any available shared application into your current investigations and analyses.
  • Slide | 75 Track and monitor analysis applications from a central dashboard10 Let your IT administrators monitor your shared applications to ensure that your solutions are continuously available. In a SharePoint environment, IT administrators can track usage patterns over time, drill down to obtain more details, discover solutions that become mission-critical through organic growth, and make sure appropriate server resources are available.
  • Slide | 76 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
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  • Slide | 81 SSAS • Analysis Services – query able using “traditional” MDX! • Column store, not a row store Compression • Averages 15x compression, but varies a LOT • Additional 2x on disk INDEX • But most compression is preserved in RAM! • Going into Relational Denali as a new Index Type
  • Slide | 82 In-Memory • Array of techniques • Compression of Data • manipulating the data Compression algorithms • Data patterns • Data types • Large Excel • SharePoint has a 2GB maximum No Row limit • Large Database • Concern Over Time • desktop hardware architecture • Memory error: Allocation failure • Ultimately - have a limit
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  • Slide | 84 Data Mining OLAP Spreadsheet Software-derived Insight Reporting Ad-hoc Reporting Monitoring Analytics PowerPivot Mind Driven Insight
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  • Slide | 89 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 90 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 91 What is DAX? • DAX is the new calculation language for PowerPivot • MDX is still the query language • It is a multidimensional calculation language like MDX, but the design goals were: • Make it easy to do common calculations (easier than MDX) • Make it easy to use for Excel power users, hence the Excel-based syntax • DAX expressions are limited to a single (though often very long) line of code
  • Slide | 92 Why learn DAX? • Your power users will be learning it, and you’ll need to understand what’s going on in their PowerPivot models • It’s very likely that it will be used in future versions of SSAS – possibly as an alternative to MDX for some calculations • We love both DAX and MDX, and MDX is not going away. The challenge for us is to bring them together. We have some promising directions. That said – I think you’ll see DAX evolving in new important directions that MDX will never cover, and a large and growing portion of the calc work will be done in DAX. So my advice stands: all you guys need to become DAX gurus ASAP. Amir Netz, Microsoft
  • Slide | 93 Row Context and Filter Context • Row context refers to the current row where a calculation is taking place • There is no row context without a DAX aggregation function • Filter context refers to the currently selected item on each column on each table • Very similar to the CurrentMember function in MDX, but handles multiselect elegantly • Filter context follows the one-to-many relationships between tables • Both row and filter context must be taken into account when writing expressions for calculated measures
  • Slide | 94 Row and Filter Context Examples
  • Slide | 95 Filter Context
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  • Slide | 100 Calculate() • The Calculate() function is the key to all advanced DAX calculation functionality • Signature: Calculate(Expression, SetFilter1, SetFilter2,...) • It allows any expression to be evaluated in a specific filter context • It works as follows: • Modifies the current filter context according to the SetFilter arguments you pass in • Shifts the row context onto the filter context • Evaluates your expression in the new filter context
  • Slide | 101 Power View and it’s Features • Oldest self serve BI add-ins available for Excel • Now integral part of Excel • Allows data modeling and interactive visualization in Excel • Data size only limited by the amount of RAM available on your machine
  • Slide | 102 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 103 What is Power View 2010 SQL Server 2012 SharePoint 2010 Excel - PowerPivot Power View PowerPoint
  • Slide | 104 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 105 What is Power View – in 2013? SQL Server 2012 SharePoint 2013 Excel 2013 - PowerPivot Excel 2013 - Power View PowerPoint
  • Slide | 106 Comparison of 2010 & 2013 2010 2013  Cannot connect Power View directly to SP list data  Can export list to PowerPivot  Must have latest version of PowerPivot  Users must have at least Read permissions – View does not work  Note that read-only user can edit a report – just cannot save it  Power View is in Excel  Appears as a worksheet  No SQL  No SharePoint  SharePoint uses Excel Services to present Power View
  • Slide | 107 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 108 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 109 Introducing Power Map • Power Map Preview for Excel 2013 allows you to plot geographic and temporal data visually, analyze that data in 3D, and create interactive tours to share with others. • This preview gives you an early look into the new features that provide 3D data visualization for Excel and a powerful method for people to look at information in new ways, enabling discoveries in data that might never be seen in traditional 2D tables and charts. • We can download and install Power Map from http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/excel/redir/XT104048049.aspx
  • Slide | 110 What we can do with Power Map • Map Data: plot more than a million rows of data in 3-D, visually on Bing maps from an Excel worksheet table or the Data Model in Excel. • Discover Insights: gain new understandings by seeing your data in geographic space and seeing time-stamped data change over time. • Share Stories: capture screenshots and build cinematic, guided video tours that can be shared broadly, engaging audiences like never before. Tours can be exported to video and shared that way as well. • Sales performance • Distribution of crime data • Disease control • Weather patterns • Seasonality analysis • Voting trends • Real estate assessment Use of Power Map
  • Slide | 111 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 112 Capabilities of Power BI Map Themes and labels Find a location Scene transitions and effects Create, save, play, and delete tours and scenes Refreshing your data Flat Map & Legends Geocoding Alerts Visualizing your geographic data Navigating the 3-D environment Visualizing data over time
  • Slide | 113 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 114 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 115 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 116 Agenda of Day Introduction To NMUG Why we are here ? History Of Excel What is Power BI What is Power Pivot Who, Why and How PowerPivot PowerPivot Tab PowerPivot Demo What is Power Query Data Source used in PowerQuery PowerQuery Tab PowerQuery Demo What is Power View Deep dive on Power View PowerView Tab PowerView Demo What is Power Map Capabilities of Power Map PowerMap Tab PowerMap Demo
  • Slide | 117 Differentiating PowerPivot with other Technology – PowerPivot and Tableau – PowerPivot and BIG Data – PowerPivot and HP system – PowerPivot and Logix Agile – PowerPivot and QlikView – PowerPivot and DBA – PowerPivot and SAP – PowerPivot and MS SQL Server – PowerPivot and Hadoop – PowerPivot and Microsoft Dynamics NAV – PowerPivot and Predixion Insight – PowerPivot and PI System – PowerPivot and PYRAMID
  • Slide | 118 Links • http://blogs.msdn.com/powerpivot/ • http://www.powerpivot.com/ • http://powerpivotgeek.com • http://powerpivottwins.com/ • http://powerpivotpro.com/ • http://www.powerpivot-info.com/ • http://cwebbbi.spaces.live.com • http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en- US/sqlkjpowerpivotforexcel/threads • http://www.business-intelligence.kdejonge.net/ • http://sqlblog.com/blogs/marco_russo/
  • Slide | 119 More Resource • http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/learn-about-data-explorer-formulas- HA104003958.aspx Formula cheat sheet • Great post by datapig http://datapigtechnologies.com/blog/index.php/cool-things- you-can-do-with-data-explorer/ • On M language: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/modelcitizen/archive/2010/09/22/update-on-sql-server- modeling-ctp-repository-modeling-services-quot-quadrant-quot-and-quot-m- quot.aspx • M language specs from Microsoft: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en- us/library/dd285271.aspx • http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mlanguage/ • Downloadable 200 page doc on formula language (M) http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=235474&clcid=0x409
  • Slide | 120 About Me - Vishal Pawar • 7 + years of experience in Microsoft BI Stack • Microsoft BI Head in EnterprizeERP Consultancy Service • Currently working in The Most Group in MS BI Solutions Architecting • MS BI Consulting partner of Right Click Info • Professional Microsoft BI Trainer Mentalist Network • NMUG Community Leader , Speaker • Microsoft Community Representative for Navi Mumbai region. • SQL PASS Chapter Lead for Mumbai & Navi Mumbai • MCTS: Microsoft® Certified Technology Specialist -SQL Server 2008,Business Intelligence Development and Maintenance • MCSA: Microsoft® Certified Solutions Associate • CSM: Certified Scrum Master from Scrum Alliance, US • BE-Computer Science & Engineering , RAIT , Mumbai • MBA-Information System, Arianth College , Pune • Blogging @ http://bimentalist.com , http://sqlmentalist.com • BI Articles :: 350+ , SQL Article – 400+, SQL Script – 350+