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Dear friends, I have published couple of posts on this topic. I will be adding more advanced features and details related to this in my upcoming posts.
For your ready reference below I present Links to those posts.
PowerPivot for Excel
Start the Power Pivot in Microsoft Excel add-in
Troubleshooting: Power Pivot Ribbon Disappears
PowerPivot Creating a Data Model in Excel 2013
Adding more tables to the Data Model using Existing Connection – In PowerPivot
Add relationships to Data Model in PowerPivot
How to add Filter for data retrieval in PowerPivot Data model.
Create a calculated column in PowerPivot
Creating My First Report using PowerPivot
In Excel 2013, PowerPivot and Power View are no longer separate add-ins that need to be downloaded and installed. These add-ins are natively included.
PowerPivot in Excel 2013 is functionally very similar to the PowerPivot add-in for Excel 2010.
PowerPivot is an add-in that lets end users gather, store, model, and analyze large amounts of data in Excel. Power View provides intuitive data visualization of PowerPivot models and SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) tabular mode databases.
If you’re unfamiliar with either PowerPivot or Power View, I encourage you to first review my previous post links provided above to understand the basics.
Some parts of the PowerPivot architecture is embedded inside of Excel 2013.
Stay tuned for more information on this topic. Till then keep practicing & exploring.
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