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Visualizing Data with Microsoft Power View by Paul Purington, Dan English, Mark Davis, Brian Larson

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Introduction
The world is filled with data. Today, electronic data is created and captured at an astonishing rate. This is probably just as true within your organization as it is elsewhere. In response, Microsoft has released a flotilla of data analysis, visualization, and reporting tools in the recent past to help organizations navigate the relentless waves of data. You may be familiar with some of these tools: the PivotTable Wizard and PowerPivot in Excel; PerformancePoint Services in SharePoint; and Reporting Services, with its Report Designer and Report Builder, in SQL Server. “Why then,” you might be asking yourself, “with all these options ...

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