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|July 20, 2017||09:00 (EST)||2||$900.00||Register|
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Duration: 2 Days
Excel 2013 Power View is one of the Power BI Excel add-ins that allow end-users to store, analyze and visualize large quantities of data from multiple tables and multiple databases using Excel.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to use Power View, create Map based on Power View Reports and create amazing Power View reports.
This course is for Excel Power Users, Business & Data Analysts, Financial Managers and Analysts, Planning Analysts, and Marketing Analysts.
- Get started with Power View
Working with Data
- Data sources for Power View
- Import Data into Excel 2013, and Create a Data Model
- Incorporate Internet Data, and Set Power View Report Defaults
- Filter and highlight data
Create charts and other visualizations
Create Map-based Power View Reports
Reporting – Create Amazing Power View Reports
- Reports with multiple views in Power View in SharePoint
- Share Power View reports
- Share Power View in Excel
- Share Power View in SharePoint reports (RDLX files)
- Print Power View reports
- Set Power View reporting properties in Power Pivot
Extend Data Model relationships using Excel 2013, Power Pivot, and DAX
Power View and Power Pivot are available in the Office Professional Plus and Office 365 Professional Plus editions, and in the standalone edition of Excel 2013, and is part of the Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services add-in for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and 2013 Enterprise Editions.