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Recall from my previous post Create a hierarchy in PowerPivot Data Model, We will continue from where we left our earlier post.
Now we have a Sports hierarchy and Locations hierarchy, we can add them to PivotTables or Power View, and quickly get results that include useful groupings of data.
Prior to creating hierarchies, you had to add individual fields to the PivotTable, and arrange those fields how you wanted them to be viewed.
In this post we will use the hierarchies created in the previous post to quickly refine our PivotTable.
Open the Excel workbook which we used in our previous post and Insert PivotTable as shown in below screen.
By dragging those two hierarchies, you quickly created a PivotTable with interesting and structured data that you can drill into, filter, and arrange.
I will come up with more details and other options on this topic in my upcoming posts. Till then keep learning and practicing.
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