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Powerful Self-Service BI in Excel 2013: We are talking about the most powerful business intelligence solutions and building them directly into Excel. These solutions package the data discovery, analysis and visualization process into one self-service BI solution, which is essential for business users who are looking to get bigger returns on their data.

  • Discover: Power Query - easily discover and connect to data from public and corporate data sources. This includes new data search capabilities, as well as capabilities to easily transform and merge data from multiple data sources so that users can continue to analyze it in Excel.
  • Analyze: Power Pivot - continue to create sophisticated data models with that data in Excel by creating relationships, custom measures, hierarchies, and KPI's. Power Pivot models run in-memory so that users can analyze 100's of millions of rows with lightning fast performance.
  • Visualize: Power View - Easily create visual reports and analytical views through interactive charts and graphs that help you explore and present your data in bold new ways in Excel.

Power Map - gives users the ability to plot geographic and temporal data visually on Bing Maps, analyze that data in 3D, and create interactive tours to share with others. It delivers visualization capabilities that might have never been seen in traditional 2D tables and charts, and enables users of all levels to do self-service BI directly in Excel to create powerful data models, and explore and visualize that data in Bing Maps. Inspiration for Power Map came from Microsoft Research's WorldWide Telescope project. Launched in 2008, WorldWide Telescope is used by the astronomy community to visualize imagery and data, essentially giving astronomers an observatory in a PC.

Register for this free Live Interactive Webinar to learn how to use SharePoint and PowerBI as your Business Intelligence platform.


November 25, 2014
9 a.m. EST