About this Course
This two-day instructor-led course concentrates on PowerPivot and Power View in Excel 2013. The attendees will learn how to surface the workbooks and visualizations using the Business Intelligence Center in SharePoint 2013. As far as possible each of the modules is stand-alone allowing for customization of the course for those audiences that may not have an interest in a certain service.
This course is intended for analysts, business intelligence (BI) developers and IT professionals that will be involved with the design, development, and maintenance of Excel workbooks utilizing PowerPivot and Power View 2013 to be surfaced on SharePoint.
At Course Completion
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Use PowerPivot 2013 in Excel.
- Work with DAX.
- Create Power View visualizations.
- Understand data models.
- Save to SharePoint.
- Surface on SharePoint.
- Work with the SharePoint Business Intelligence Center.
- Create dedicated apps in SharePoint for PowerPivot and Power View.
- Use PowerPivot within Excel to import a table from SQL Server.
- Use PowerPivot within Excel to import a table from SQL Server Analysis Services.
- Hide columns they don’t want reflected in the resulting PivotTable.
- View the relationships existing within the imported tables from SQL Server and then import an additional table and configure a relationship between it and the existing.
- Create a PivotTable within an existing worksheet.
- Navigate and successfully use Power View.
- Create a table.
- Create a chart.
- Save and share their work.
- Create a BI semantic model.
- Explore the options and settings available within the new SharePoint 2013 Central Administration and Excel Services.
- Access and review the Secure Store.
- Create a new web application and business intelligence site while exploring the features of both.
Before attending this course, students must have:
- Experience with Excel 2007 or higher.
- An understanding of PivotTables
Please contact us for a detailed course outline.
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