Geolocation: Improving our BI solutions with SharePoint

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  • 1. Geolocation: Improving Our BI Systems With SharePoint Rubén Pertusa López (rpertusa@solidq.com) Data Platform Architect, SolidQ MAP, MCT, MCSA, PASS Spain Sergio Carrillo Vila (scarrillovila@gmail.com) Senior BI Developer, S&G Consulting MAP, MCSA @rpertusa @scarrillovila
  • 2. Ruben & Sergio • Conference Speakers • Based in Spain • Book Authors • Phd Candidate on Data Mining. • Project Managers • Microsoft Certifed Professional
  • 3. Goals • This session will help us understand many geo visualization techniques. • Share experience and challenges from SolidQ projects during this year in the geo visualization field. • Demos, Demos, Demos! Let’s enjoy! 
  • 4. Agenda • Overview of GeoSpatial Analysis • Visualization – Sharepoint – Reporting Services – Excel Apps – Power View – Power BI Sites – Power Map **Special DEMO** • Conclusion & Questions
  • 5. OVERVIEW OF GEOSPATIAL ANALYSIS
  • 6. GeoSpatial Analysis
  • 7. GeoSpatial Analysis… How? • Sharepoint geo native field type • Reporting Services • Excel Apps • Power View • Power BI Sites • Power Map
  • 8. Types of Visualization (I) Sharepoint • Geolocation field type
  • 9. Types of Visualization (II) Corporate BI • Reporting Services
  • 10. Types of Visualization (II) Personal BI • Excel Apps • Power View • Power Map
  • 11. Types of Visualization (III) Team BI • Power BI in Office 365 – Power View – Q&A
  • 12. Last year’s experience @ SolidQ • POC Worldwide Energy Company – SSRS Maps + HDInsight + Multidimensional Cubes • Datanomics Project – HTML5/Jquery Maps + BigData + Sentiment Analysis + Multidimensional Cubes • New deployments in clients – Power View Maps + Tabular cubes In conclusion: Maps, Maps, Maps…
  • 13. GEOSPATIAL VISUALIZATION
  • 14. Native in Sharepoint (I) PROs • New feature in SharePoint 2013 – On Premise and Office365! • Libraries and Lists – New type of view • Latitude and Longitude – Geolocation Accuracy 100%
  • 15. Native in Sharepoint (II) CONs • Excel import/export is not supported • Need Bing API Key – 90 free days • Not available from UI  • Latitude and Longitude?
  • 16. DEMO Geolocate your Sharepoint lists
  • 17. Reporting Services (I) • Possibility of grouping layers in a map – Line – Point – Polygon • Some other features – Subscriptions – Export the map • XML, CSV, PDF, Excel.. – Integrated with Sharepoint
  • 18. Reporting Services (II) • Optional connection to Bing – May use an ESRI Shapefile map – Create a map using T-SQL geospatial queries • Importing our maps – Shape2Sql tool http://www.sharpgis.net/page/sql-server-2008-spatial- tools.aspx
  • 19. Navigation in SSRS Maps • Drill-Down through actions – Data Regions • Data Sources – GeoSpatial data: Relational Engine – Aggregated Facts: Analysis Services Engine
  • 20. DEMO Geometric Shapes in SQL and Maps + Big Data
  • 21. Excel 2013 Apps • Not so popular but powerful • Based in Javascript/HTML5 • Linked to a data range • Some current free examples: – Bing Maps – Geographic Heat Map • Totally compatible with Mobile devices and Sharepoint
  • 22. DEMO Using Excel Apps to visualize data in maps
  • 23. Get the most of Power View Through SSRS in Sharepoint Mode • Power View for Sharepoint – Multidimensional cubes are supported (depends on SQL Version) – BISM file Through Excel • Power View for Excel 2013 – Integrated Add-in, Limited – Multidimensional cubes aren’t supported • Power View Sheets in Excel for Office 365 – HTML5 compatibility, Limited • Power View Sheets in Excel for Sharepoint – Not HTML5, Limited
  • 24. Versions of SQL Server Current status of SSRS Engine for Power View • SQL Server 2012 SP1 – New features: Maps, Pie charts, KPIs, themes, hierarchies. • SQL Server 2012 SP1 CU4 – Compatibility with Multidimensional models (only Sharepoint) • SQL Server 2014 RTM – Compatibility with Multidimensional models (only for Sharepoint)
  • 25. Maps in Power View • Visualize series of data – Bubbles – Pie charts • Polygon visualization isn’t supported • Must have connection to Bing Maps – Proxy issues
  • 26. Geocoding in Power View • Latitude/Longitude – More exactly – Store in the model as decimal data type • With geocoding: Bing Maps – Less exactly – Data Category • Country, City, Region, Postal Code, Lat, Long,etc. – Hierarchies / Full location “Madrid”
  • 27. DEMO Improving our Power View reports
  • 28. Power BI Sites • Collaborative visualization • Power BI for Office 365 – Power BI Site – Favorite reports – Q&A (Natural language query) • Share queries • Save queries
  • 29. DEMO Colaborative visualization using Power BI for Office 365
  • 30. Power Map • Excel Add-in for 3D Visualization – 32bit/64bit – Only PowerPivot Data model or Excel data • Visualization – Heat map chart – Region chart – Bubble chart – Column chart
  • 31. Power Map (II) Geocoding in Power Map • Similar to Power View • Needs connection to Bing Maps • Shows % of conficence Other features • Create and export data tours – Tell your story!
  • 32. AND THE SPECIAL DEMO…
  • 33. Ramsey! Here I am! New chefs
  • 34. 4 Key elements in a sucessful 3*** Michelin Restaurant • Strong personality • Delicious raw material • Motivated working team • Best location
  • 35. DEMO Picking up the best location for our restaurant
  • 36. Conclusion • Choose the best technology that fits our geospatial requirements • Download: • Power Map Preview: http://www.microsoft.com/en- us/download/details.aspx?id=38395
  • 37. QUESTIONS?
  • 38. Contact us! • Rubén Pertusa López (rpertusa@solidq.com) Twitter: @rpertusa • Sergio Carrillo (scarrillovila@gmail.com ) Twitter: @scarrillovila THANK YOU!