Visualizing Data with Microsoft Power View

Visualizing Data with Microsoft Power View

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ISBN-13: 9780071780827
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date: 06/26/2012
Pages: 306
Product dimensions: 7.30(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Brian Larson, MCITP, MCDBA, served as a member of the Reporting Services development team on a contract basis, and has contributed to the code base. He is the Vice President of Technology for Superior Consulting Services (SCS), a Microsoft Certified Partner. Brian has been invited to speak on Reporting Services at several conferences including SQL Server Magazine Connections, has been interviewed as a subject matter expert by Microsoft TechNet, .NET Rocks, and others, and has written articles for SQL Server Magazine.

Mark Davis, MCITP, is Business Intelligence Practice Manager with Superior Consulting Services in Minneapolis. He has created BI solutions for clients across a wide spectrum of industries, including health care, finance, manufacturing, insurance, and numerous others.

Dan English, MVP, MCITP, is a Microsoft SQL Server MVP, a MCITP Business Intelligence Developer for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and 2008, and an MCTS for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 – Configuring. Dan is a Principal BI consultant at Superior Consulting Services. He currently helps to lead the Minnesota Business Intelligence User Group and is an avid blogger (http://denglishbi.wordpress.com), Microsoft forums helper, and tweeter (@denglishbi).

Paul Purington, MCITP, is a partner and member of the management team at Superior Consulting Services. As a BI consultant, Paul has experience with both large and small-scale business intelligence environments.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Using Power View
1. Getting Started
2. The Table Visualization
3. Additional Visualizations
4. Charting
5. Bringing Your Data to Life
6. Sharing Reports
Part 2: Creating BI Semantic Models
7. BISM: Getting Started
8. Basic BI Semantic Model Design
9. BI Semantic Model: Additional Model Features
10. Using DAX Expressions
11. Deploying Tabular BI Semantic Models
Part 3: Appendixes
A. Installing and Configuring the Sample Data
B. Creating a Virtual Learning Environment

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