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Geolocation: Improving our BI solutions with SharePoint

  1. 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. 2. Ruben & Sergio • Conference Speakers • Based in Spain • Book Authors • Phd Candidate on Data Mining. • Project Managers • Microsoft Certifed Professional
  3. 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. 4. Agenda • Overview of GeoSpatial Analysis • Visualization – Sharepoint – Reporting Services – Excel Apps – Power View – Power BI Sites – Power Map **Special DEMO** • Conclusion & Questions
  5. 5. OVERVIEW OF GEOSPATIAL ANALYSIS
  6. 6. GeoSpatial Analysis
  7. 7. GeoSpatial Analysis… How? • Sharepoint geo native field type • Reporting Services • Excel Apps • Power View • Power BI Sites • Power Map
  8. 8. Types of Visualization (I) Sharepoint • Geolocation field type
  9. 9. Types of Visualization (II) Corporate BI • Reporting Services
  10. 10. Types of Visualization (II) Personal BI • Excel Apps • Power View • Power Map
  11. 11. Types of Visualization (III) Team BI • Power BI in Office 365 – Power View – Q&A
  12. 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. 13. GEOSPATIAL VISUALIZATION
  14. 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. 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. 16. DEMO Geolocate your Sharepoint lists
  17. 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. 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. 19. Navigation in SSRS Maps • Drill-Down through actions – Data Regions • Data Sources – GeoSpatial data: Relational Engine – Aggregated Facts: Analysis Services Engine
  20. 20. DEMO Geometric Shapes in SQL and Maps + Big Data
  21. 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. 22. DEMO Using Excel Apps to visualize data in maps
  23. 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. 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. 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. 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. 27. DEMO Improving our Power View reports
  28. 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. 29. DEMO Colaborative visualization using Power BI for Office 365
  30. 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. 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. 32. AND THE SPECIAL DEMO…
  33. 33. Ramsey! Here I am! New chefs
  34. 34. 4 Key elements in a sucessful 3*** Michelin Restaurant • Strong personality • Delicious raw material • Motivated working team • Best location
  35. 35. DEMO Picking up the best location for our restaurant
  36. 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. 37. QUESTIONS?
  38. 38. Contact us! • Rubén Pertusa López (rpertusa@solidq.com) Twitter: @rpertusa • Sergio Carrillo (scarrillovila@gmail.com ) Twitter: @scarrillovila THANK YOU!

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