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Summary of all tools and microsoft power bi


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Summary of all tools and microsoft power bi

  1. 1. Introduction to Visualization Tools and Microsoft Power BI
  2. 2. Goal : Scalable and Efficient Create a user friendly data platform strategy which  Supports data volumes beyond the current Excel limits.  Supports automated web-based reporting delivery .  Provides an operational framework which increases efficiency. This promotes standardisation and empowers A&I to continue producing brilliant data work for clients 2
  3. 3. Tool Set Excel 2013 Power BI Omniscope Tableau Qlikview 3 Power Pivot Power View
  4. 4. What Platforms will we use to do what in the future 4 Reporting Dashboarding Standard report automation. Delivery of report in XL, direct update from Datamart. Ad-hoc data analysis on small data sets (up to 10MM cells). Not suitable for cross markets dashboards. Web-based dashboard up to 1BN cells / 1GB data. Suitable for cross markets dashboards. Web-based dashboard over 1BN cells/ 1GB data. Suitable for cross markets dashboards. Power Pivot + Datamart Omniscope Tableau + Datamart QlikView Web-based dashboard over 1BN cells/ 1GB data. Suitable for cross markets dashboards. PowerView
  5. 5. A little bit more about each technology Omniscope is the dashboarding technology we have been using the most widely across MEC these last 4 years. It is an off the shelf application from Visokio. It allows to combine and clean data (Data Manager) as well as visualise the data. A great product we will carry on using for small scale implementations. For more info visit the Omniscope group on Planet MEC. 5 Omniscope PowerPivot is a free add-on to Excel 2010, providing an in-memory data engine capable of handling data volumes orders of magnitude larger than Excel alone. Data from the PowerPivot engine can be used in Excel reports via a pivot-like interface, and it provides the capability to seamlessly connect to a wide range of data sources including Datamart, SQL Server and many more. For more information visit Tableau is a hybrid in-memory/on-disk dashboarding technology designed to provide a fast web-based user experience with support for much larger data volumes than Omniscope. Tableau consists of two core components: a desktop-based dashboard design tool and a server-based publishing and hosting engine. Tableau also provides a free visualisation tool (Tableau public) which is fully functional but limited to small datasets. GroupM currently provides a centralised Tableau Server which we will use initially. For more information visit Qlikview is an in-memory dashboarding technology designed to provide a rich, flexible dashboard experience via a web interface. Unlike Tableau, Qlikview does not consist of separate design and hosting components, but requires a skilled Qlikview developer to implement effectively. It supports the largest data volume of all the visualisation platforms we support, but at a significantly higher licence cost than Tableau or Omniscope. For more information visit
  6. 6. MSFT Visualization and Reporting Tools 6 How is an organization Positioned : With using present structure of tools available like Office 2013 professional pro versions(Some users already have office 2013 professional pro) and Add- in’s like power pivot and power query in Collaboration with Sharepoint 2010/2013 . MECGlobal provide easy-to-use information directly where individuals work, collaborate, and make decisions. This capability includes reporting, analysis, and performance management technologies that can improve business insight MECGlobal BI Solution with MSFT Tools
  7. 7. Points to consider on how has Implementation of Power View and Excel services will improve efficiency: 7 • Power Pivot empowers users of all levels to access and mash up data from virtually any source. Users can create their own compelling reports and analytical applications, easily share insights, and collaborate with colleagues through Microsoft Excel and SharePoint. • Power View, provides SharePoint users with highly interactive, browser-based data exploration, visualization, and presentation capabilities. No dependency of the version of Office if power maps not used. • Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 provides a full set of rich dashboard and scorecard capabilities including advanced filtering, guided navigation, interactive analytics and visualizations. • Browser-based mobile access to your corporate BI content is provided through Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. Users can navigate existing reports, dashboards, scorecards, and analytical applications across iOS, Android, and Windows devices.
  8. 8. Microsoft Power BI Deployment 75$ per internal User And FREE for external users 8 Licensing Basics Extranet/Power BI Current(2010) New (2013) Sharepoint Server plus CALs for both internal and External user Sharepoint Server 2013 plus CALs for internal users only • Extranet Scenario licensed through Sharepoint Server. No CALs required for external users, internal users need CALs • Internet Sites Scenario licensed through Sharepoint Server • External users means users that are not either your or your affiliates’ employees or your or your affiliates’ onsite contractors or onsite agents.
  9. 9. What you need to get Started 9 Testing and Validation •Excel Data Visualization. Even if users will be developing their own independent Excel & Power View reports from your data model, they may find an Excel worksheet of data visualization to be very helpful to get started reporting on the underlying data model. •Excel Testing. Test the data model using Excel as the reporting tool. Because the data model and Excel data visualization are linked together via the Excel file, it’s very easy to iteratively go back and forth between windows to finalize the data model. •Power View Testing. Test the data model using Power View as the reporting tool (if you have SharePoint 2010/2013 and Power View available in your environment, or a business edition of Excel 2013).
  10. 10. Power BI Model
  11. 11. Powerful Self- Service BI
  12. 12. Power Query  Data discovery, data transformation and enrichment for the desktop to the Sharepoint. Easily discover, combine, and refine data for better analysis in Excel. 12 Import Data from External Sources Shape data from Multiple Sources Filter, Sort and Group Data Share and Manage Queries
  13. 13. Analyse and Model using Power Pivot
  14. 14. Power Pivot Power Pivot is a powerful data mashup and data exploration tool based on in-memory technologies providing unmatched analytical performance to process billions of rows at the speed of thought. 1. Work With Very Large Data Sets. 2. Combine Data From Different Sources 3. Create Visually Appealing Analytical Models for Reporting 4. Use DAX to Create Calculated Fields for Slicing and Dicing Data 5. Publish Reports to SharePoint 2010 6. PowerPivot needs an external data source, so isn’t a direct substitute for Access. It can, however, *use* Access as a data source. 7. PowerPivot is designed to work with data from multiple sources simultaneously.
  15. 15. Power View
  16. 16. Power View Power View is a new tool for ad hoc reporting which provides an interactive data exploration, visualization, and presentation experience to the business users. Business users can quickly and easily create and interact with different views of data from different angles. Power View reports can be based on data models on PowerPivot workbooks or tabular models or multi dimensional models Multiple Views in a Single Slicers Cross Filter Other Report Slicers Show Items with No Data rather than Null value Print It! PDF Export Better Chart Features
  17. 17. Power Map with Excel 2013 • Power Map. Power Map, previously known by the development name GeoFlow, is an add-in to Excel 2013 that provides still more compelling Bing Map powered visualizations, extending Power View’s capabilities with 3D map visualizations.
  18. 18. Collaborate and stay connected with Sharepoint 2013 Benefit of using a Power BI site to store and share your workbooks is that workbooks on Power BI sites can be up to 500 megabytes
  19. 19. Works on any Windows Tablet • Mobile BI Viewer. Microsoft has a native mobile viewing applications for visualizations created in Power View and published to Power BI sites called “ Microsoft Power BI”. The mobile components will meet the growing requirement to deliver BI visualizations to tablet devices.
  20. 20. Ideal Power BI Scenario 1 Create a Power Pivot Model 2 Publish Power Pivot Model to Sharepoint 3 Analyse the model using Power view Easy to Share 4 Sharepoint Users
  21. 21. Thank you!