Power View

Getting started with Power View Reports with SharePoint, Excel and SQL Server

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Microsoft Business Intelligence stack provides several tools for analyzing data from different perspectives, in different format and different ways. Power View is a new addition to this arsenal which provides intuitive ad hoc reporting capabilities for business users to provide an interactive data exploration, visualization, and presentation experience. But how does it work and how to get started with it?

2013-08-22

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Power View for Cubes

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This document evaluates the latest functionality provided by Microsoft SQL Server 2012 With Power View for Multidimensional Models[1], this SQL Server 2012 CTP release allows connections between Power View and Multidimensional Models ( cubes) and not just Tabular Models.

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2013-05-21

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