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PowerPivot Design with DOE Fukushima Incident Radiological Air Sample Data

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With the ability to rapidly integrate, mash-up, and display data for slice-and-dice reporting PowerPivot is not only a valuable tool for organizational data, but can also provide a means to create dashboard reports for publicly available data.  This post is the first in a series that will take you step-by-step through the process of bringing

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Presentations from the March 6, 2012 Microsoft BI User Group Meeting are Available

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Hopefully those of you who attended the Minnesota Microsoft BI User Group Meeting on March 6th enjoyed your afternoon at the Minneapolis Microsoft Technology Center (MTC). The slide decks from both Get the most out of DAX & PowerPivot for SQL Server 2012 presented by GNet Group’s Paul Doyle and Greg Beaumont, and HCMC Case

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MN Microsoft BI User Group Presentation Follow-up

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Author: Greg Beaumont This post is a follow-up to our presentation today at the Minnesota Microsoft BI User Group titled Get the most out of DAX & PowerPivot for SQL Server 2012.  In addition to using this page as a reference for information about the data we used for the demo, please use the comments

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Building a PerformancePoint Dashboard…without a cube?

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Author: Anand Pandya “We love PerformancePoint, but we’ve made a lot of investments in SAP, BW and our BI Accelerator – we don’t want to build SSAS cubes, but we want to use PerformancePoint…” Imagine my surprise when a customer recently asked us to help build them a PPS dashboard, but specifically requested that we

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