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Video: Create a PowerPivot Dashboard with DOE Fukishima Incident Data

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Welcome to the final installment of a series demonstrating the use of PowerPivot with Fukushima Incident Radiological Air Sample Data from the US Department of Energy.  Here is a recap of the installments in this series: Design of the data model (click here to read) Development in PowerPivot for a dashboard (click here to read) Deployment

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GNet Group Named Finalist for BI Partner of the Year 2011

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GNet Group has been selected as a finalist for the Microsoft Business Intelligence (BI) partner of the year award. GNet Group was selected based on its success implementing a digital marketing BI solution for Polaris Industries, a legend across industry for its high-performance recreation and utility vehicles. GNet’s expertise developing repeatable BI solutions proved instrumental

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Is Social Media confusing more than it’s helping?

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Author: Anand Pandya Every year around SXSW time, we are introduced to new technologies that promise to make things easier and make connecting with people as easy as flipping a switch.  We’ve moved from the simple website, to interactive websites, to blogs, to social media.  The desktop paved way for the laptop which interacted with

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The Highs (and lows) of Spring Break

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Author: Anand Pandya It’s Spring Break in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area.  Though my tireless efforts to try and get Spring Break to be a national holiday for everyone have been futile, running on about 15 years now, I’d say that there are a couple of positives to take from Spring Break.   1) Less traffic –

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What is “Self-Service BI”?

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Author: Anand Pandya The term “self-service” means a lot of things to a lot of people.  In the most generic of sense, it means what it says, to serve yourself – as in gas pumps, salad bars and soda machines.  You have the ability to control volumes, content and mixtures to fit what you need

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