Session 3: Using Power View to Explore Data for Insight

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Presented by: Stacia Misner Running Time: 60 min

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This video is part of the Deep Dive into Business Intelligence in Excel 2013's PowerPivot and Power View On-Demand Training.

Excel 2013 includes built-in self-service business intelligence functionality that allows you to delve deeper into your data. You can use Excel to start analyzing data as a simple data model, and then progressively add more data from a variety of data sources to enrich your analysis. Using the PowerPivot add-in, you can fine-tune the structure of the model to better support exploration and enrich the model with calculations and key performance indicators.

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