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Power View from the Data Visualisation Perspective

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  • 1. POWER VIEW: A DATA VISUALISATIONPERSPECTIVE
  • 2. AGENDA•What is Power View?•Data Visualisation Focus: •3D •Pie Charts •Colours
  • 3. ‘TRADITIONAL’ BI Flexible: Familiar: Rigid: Can model Lots of hard to change anything expertise Powerful: Near real Hard: Enterprise scale time: MDX isn’t easy 15 minute refresh Secure: Control: Fine grain Process & control versions
  • 4. END USER BI Easy to Use: Collaboration: Chaos: users get it Between IW & IT IT can’t manage it Mashups: Refresh: make your own Could be a day out Agile: Deploy in a click or 2
  • 5. END USER BI IN SQL SERVER 2012 No Downsides Easy to Use: Collaboration: Powerful: users get it Between IW & IT Enterprise scale Mashups: Secure: Cool: make your own Fine grain End user control analysis Agile: Control: Deploy in a Process & click or 2 versions
  • 6. DESIGN TOOLS..6
  • 7. DATA VISUALISATION•3D•Pie Charts•Colours
  • 8. RSMGAQV
  • 9. 3D CAN BE CHARTJUNK•Power View does not contain 3D functionality – why?
  • 10. 3D OR NOT TO 3D•Power View does not contain 3D functionality – why?•People can overestimate the vertical dimension (Wansink, 2003)•3D space makes it too difficult to compare • Values • Volumes • Areas•Distorts
  • 11. TRELLIS CHARTS
  • 12. PIE CHARTS•Power View does not contain pie charts, at the time of writing… why? • We find it difficult to read angles • We find it difficult to judge areas • We can’t easily read over 5 slices very well • Each part must be mutually exclusive
  • 13. PIE CHART EXAMPLE
  • 14. PIE CHART EXAMPLE
  • 15. PIE CHARTS – NOT ALL BAD!•You can compare combinations of adjacent wedges•The parts should make a sensible whole•You’re just expecting the image to answer one ‘business question’ only•You do not need trendlines
  • 16. MOTION CHARTS•This makes even more of the limited space•We can pack more information in•Data / Ink Ratio•Motion is a pre-attentive attribute•Dependent on other items e.g. chartjunk
  • 17. AGENDA•What is Power View?•Data Visualisation Focus: •3D •Pie Charts •Colours
  • 18. POWER VIEW AND DATAVISUALISATIONJen Stirrup@jenstirrupwww.jenstirrup.comjenstirrup@jenstirrup.com@ThinkCopperBluewww.copperblueconsulting.com
  • 19. THANK YOUJen Stirrup MVP
  • 20. © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.