Session 4: Self-Service Data Visualization with Report Builder


Presented by: Stacia Misner Let's face it. A team of professional report developers is hard-pressed to keep up with the information needs of business users. With some up-front planning, and some features built into SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), you can create a self-service BI environment that lets business users help themselves to a variety of data visualizations.

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This video is part of the Getting Started with SQL Server's Data Visualization Tools On Demand training.

Business intelligence experts Stacia Misner and Tyler Chessman walk you through how to get started with SQL Server’s data visualization tools, including Power Query (formerly known as Data Explorer), Power View, PowerPivot, and Report Builder to find, compile, and graphically display data for analysis by business users.

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