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Power BI

Power Query, Power Pivot, Power View, Power


Map

Stphane Frchette
Thursday Septembre 19, 2013

Who am I?
My name is Stphane Frchette
Im a Database & Business Intelligence Professional and Founder | CEO of
I have a passion for architecting, designing and building solutions that
matter.
Self proclaimed Open Data Hacker/Advocate I foundedGatineau Ouvertea
citizen led initiative which aims to promote open access to civic data of
the city of Gatineau.
Twitter: @sfrechette
Blog: stephanefrechette.com
Email: stephanefrechette@ukubu.com

Session Outline
Microsoft Business Intelligence (The Stack)
Self-Service Business Intelligence in Excel Power BI
Power Pivot, Power Query, Power View, Power Map
Demos

Power BI for Office 365


Power BI Sites
Data Management
Power BI for Mobile

Summary
Resources

Microsoft Business Intelligence

SharePoint
Dashboards &
Scorecards

SharePoint
Collaboration

Excel
Workbooks

Power Pivot
Applications

Analysis
Reporting
Services
Services
Data Quality
Services
Integration
Master Data
Services
Services

Hadoop Big
Data

Line of Business
Applications

OData
Feeds

Self-Service Business Intelligence


What Do Users want
to Do?
Access
Share

Clean

Visuali
ze

Mashup
Explor
e

Self-Service Business Intelligence in Excel 2013


Excel 2013: Complete and Powerful Self-Service
BI Tool
Access
Share

Clean

Report
creator

Data steward
Visuali
ze

Mashup
Explor
e

Report consumer

Self-Service BI in Excel 2013


Excel delivers powerful, intuitive capabilities for self-service BI
Power
Power
Power
Power

Query (codename Data Explorer)


Pivot (previously PowerPivot)
View
Map (codename GeoFlow)

(Thats A Lot of
Power!)

Power Query
Power Query Preview for Excel is an add-in that enhances the selfservice Business Intelligence experience in Excel by simplifying data
discovery and access.
Enable self-service data discovery, query, transformation and mashup
experiences for Information Workers, via Excel and Power Pivot
Discovery and connectivity to a wide range of data sources, spanning
volume as well as variety of data.
Highly interactive and intuitive experience for rapidly and iteratively
building queries over any data source, any size.
Consistency of experience, and parity of query capabilities over all data
sources.
Joins across different data sources; ability to create custom views over
data that can then be shared with team/department.

Power Pivot
Access and mashup data from virtually any source to create
powerful reports

Mashup large
volumes of data
from various sources

Perform rapid
data analysis with
extreme
performance

Rapidly create
compelling
analytical
applications

Now part of Excel

Power Pivot
Power Pivot enriches Excel by compressing storage and
provide fast querying and reporting from tabular data
xVelocity in-memory analytics engine (formerly VertiPaq)
Highlights;

Load data from a variety of sources


Extremely large volumes can be stored
Data Analysis Expressions (DAX)
Can be enriched with Hierarchies, KPIs, Perspectives and Reporting
metadata

First introduced as an add-in with SQL Server 2008 R2

Power Pivot Key New Features


No longer requires separate install add-in
Basic data model functionality now built in Excel 2013
Calculated fields (Measures) created automatically when
field is numeric
In-memory analytics engine native to Excel
Excel and PowerPivot now have a single, uniform Field List
Data categorization and suggestions from DataMarket
Support for more languages (40 languages)
Support for larger file sizes in 64-bit Excel (*unlimited)

Power View
Visually discover and share insight across all levels of the
organization

Perform rapid visual


data exploration

Easily create
interactive
visualizations

Effortlessly present
and share reports

Now part of Excel

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Power View
Power View provides an interactive data exploration,
visualization and presentation experience
Strong visual design experience (WYSIWYG)
Rich meta-driven interactions

First introduced with SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services in


SharePoint Mode (BI and Enterprise editions)
Now part of Excel 2013 (need to enable add-in)
Power View sheets can be added to Workbook
Can be based on a Workbook Data Model, or SSAS Tabular Data Model,
*SSAS Multidimensional Model (SQL Server 2012 SP1 CTP3)
Requires Silverlight 5 to be installed

Power View Key New Features


Power View sheets can connect to different data models in one
workbook
Modify the internal Data Model without leaving the Power View
sheet
Power View in Excel Services, Excel Web App and Office 365
SharePoint Server

Pie charts
Maps
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
Hierarchies
Drill up and drill down
Hyperlinks

Power Map
Power Map Preview for Excel 2013 allows you to plot geographic and temporal data
visually, analyze that data in 3D, and create interactive tours to share with others.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=38395
*Requires Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 or Office 365 ProPlus.

Demos

Power BI for Office 365


Power BI Sites
Quickly create a collaboration hub to share workbooks. Create, and enable users
to take full advantage of the Power BI for Office 365 collection of online offerings.
A Visual Home for Workbooks

Large Workbooks up to 250MB


Sites without Power BI are limited to 10MB

Share Your Work


Built-in from the beginning
Share Power Query (queries)

Manage Data
Track and analyze share queries and data sets

Go anywhere with the Power BI App

Demos

Summary
Self-service BI in Excel, Power BI provides the tools
you need to find data, shape and filter it how you
want, model it, and visualize it.

All users can transform data into insight as a natural


part of their day to day activities with the tools they
already know & love.

Resources
Power BI for Office 365
https://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/power-bi-FX104080667.aspx
Register and read the Power BI Getting Started Guide

PowerPivotPro http://www.powerpivotpro.com/
Analysis Services & PowerPivot Blog (MSDN)
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/analysisservices/
Kasper de Jonge PowerPivot Blog http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/
Chris Webbs BI Blog
https://cwebbbi.wordpress.com/category/powerpivot/
SQLBI Marco Russo http://www.sqlbi.com/
PowerPivot-info.com http://powerpivot-info.com/

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Thank You
For attending this session