- 55072 Visualizing Data with SharePoint 2013, Report Builder, PowerPivot & PowerView with NO CODE
6/22/2020 - 6/26/2020COURSE LENGTH:
9:00am - 4:30pm
What do we mean by no code? It is a matter of perspective. In today’s world the successful software vendor needs to develop software that is easily customizable by casual users. In the realm of business intelligence that means offering a variety of tools to different types of users that, depending on their experience, they can utilize to rapidly create the visualization of data that suits their needs. Microsoft has produced a great array of such tools that target different users. These tools are various Wizards, Dialog Boxes, Forms, Web Pages Designers and so forth. In this course we utilize the built in tools and do not write a single line of code!
AUDIENCE AND PREREQUISITES
No Code visualization means using the data structures that exist already to get the job done.
The target audience of this course is for Business Analysts, Report Designers, Team Leads, SharePoint Administrators, Business Intelligence Developers and Project Managers that will be tasked with the implementation, support, management or training needed to rapidly empower the users to take advantage of the exploding world of Data V.
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Module 1: Introduction What does NO Code mean? How to get the most out of this course The course setup What is not covered? Lab : IntroductionModule 2: Data Visualizations Data Visualization Fundamentals The Microsoft Toolsets for Visualizations Lab : Data VisualizationsModule 3: Dashboard Design Principles Successful dashboards Quantitative relationships Summary numbers Tables or graphs? Types of graphs Key performance indicators Dashboard taxonomies Pitfalls in dashboard design Lab : Group Review of Design ProblemsModule 4: Microsoft Business Intelligence Stack Microsoft Business Intelligence Overview Business Intelligence in three ways SQL Integration Services ETL Reporting Services Master Data Services Data Quality Services SharePoint 2013 Business Intelligence Lab : Tour of the Microsoft Business Intelligence StackModule 5: Report Builder 3.0 Introduction to Report Builder 3.0 Report Builder 3.0 Wizards Report Builder 3.0 Graphics Intermediate Reports Lab : Report Builder 3.0Module 6: PowerPivot and PowerView PowerPivot DAX PowerView Lab : PowerPivot and PowerViewModule 7: SharePoint 2014 Excel Services New 2013 Excel Services Features Core Components Excel Web Access (EWA) What Excel Web Access is Not Differences in the Browser vs. Desktop SharePoint Libraries to Store Workbooks Power View Add-in for Excel The Save and Share Process Excel Web App Best Practices Lab : SharePoint 2014 Excel ServicesModule 8: SharePoint 2013 PerformancePoint Services New 2013 Overview of PerformancePoint Services Dashboard Designer Data Sources Indicators KPIs Visual Reports Filters Scorecards Dashboards Lab : PerformancePoint 2013