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Power BI Update – Pin Excel Visuals Directly To Power BI

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Microsoft has added another new feature that will be a big plus to all companies who put a lot of emphasis on reporting done through Excel. They have now given users of Power BI the wonderful ability to pin Excel visuals directly to Power BI. As with most things within Power BI, the process is

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Predict Breast Cancer Biopsies for Malignancy Using Azure Machine Learning

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The video embedded above, which demos the use of Azure ML with Excel 2013 to predict malignancy of breast cancer biopsies, contains references to the following links:

 
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The Cobra Effect in BI: Part 3

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In my previous two posts I have tabled the concept of the Cobra Effect in BI and taken a closer look at Excel spread marts—the Cobras of BI, and the incentive EDW, aka the single version of the truth. This week, let’s walk through the journey of creating and rolling out this single version of

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The Cobra Effect of BI: Part 2

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Last week we started to look at the concept of the cobra effect in BI. This week I want to dive in further and explore exactly what the cobras are in the case of business intelligence. The Cobras of BI or the Excel spread mart: Within each organization, groups of analysts spend endless hours of

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How to Master PowerPivot

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Time and time again, our customers ask us where they can find more resources and training on Microsoft’s PowerPivot. PowerPivot is an extremely powerful and dynamic tool used for data modeling and exploration that brings self-service BI to everyone through Excel 2013. One suggestion we give to our customers is to visit powerpivotpro.com and explore

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