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Create a BI Pareto Chart with a PowerPivot Data Model in Excel

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A couple of years ago I posted a video demonstrating the process by which to create a Pareto Chart in Excel using an SSAS cube data connection.  As a follow-up to that video, this post will walk through the process by which to create a Pareto Chart in Excel 2010 using a PowerPivot data model

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Create a Dynamic BI Distribution Chart in PowerPivot using DAX

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A few weeks ago I published a post detailing the process by which to create a histogram with dynamic bins using DAX in PowerPivot.  While standard histograms are useful to visualize distribution, even greater analytic value can be derived from that same data by converting a histogram into a distribution chart.  Those of you who

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Video: The GNet Group SightN2 for Healthcare BI Solution

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GNet Group’s SightN2TM for Healthcare is a Business Intelligence solution that provides a standardized foundation for the integration of healthcare information into a data warehouse for interactive, intuitive dashboards and reports that can become the foundation for unified data within a Business Intelligence solution.  The solution is designed to integrate data that most hospitals already report

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Create a BI Histogram with Dynamic Bins using DAX in PowerPivot

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When building a histogram, how many bins should it have?  There’s no definitive answer to the question, but the number of bins used for a histogram can drastically impact how visualized data is interpreted.  Details such as data distribution patterns and sample quantity can impact how data is displayed in bins, and quite often the

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Video: Power View BI Motion Charts in SQL 2012 with FAA Aircraft Wildlife Strike Data

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The video posted at the end of this article is the capstone to the FAA Wildlife Strike Data series.  To review the entire series and experiment with building your own copies of these reports, links to all articles and videos in the series are as follows: BI Design for FAA Aircraft Wildlife Strike Data (click

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