Table of contents for Microsoft business intelligence tools for Excel analysts / by Michael Alexander, Jared Decker, Bernard Wehbe.


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Introduction 1
Part I: Leveraging Excel for Business Intelligence
Chapter 1: Important Database Concepts 7
Chapter 2: PivotTable Fundamentals 19
Chapter 3: Introduction to Power Pivot 47
Chapter 4: Loading External Data into Power Pivot 69
Chapter 5: Creating Dashboards with Power View 93
Chapter 6: Adding Location Intelligence with Power Map 107
Chapter 7: Using the Power Query Add-In 129
Part II: Leveraging SQL for Business Intelligence
Chapter 8: Essential SQL Server Concepts 157
Chapter 9: Introduction to SQL 181
Chapter 10: Creating and Managing SQL Scripts 195
Chapter 11: Calling Views and Stored Procedures from Excel 215
Chapter 12: Understanding Reporting Services 231
Chapter 13: Browsing Analysis Services OLAP Cubes with Excel 249
Chapter 14: Using the Data Mining Add-In for Microsoft Office 269
Part III: Delivering Business Intelligence with SharePoint and Excel Services
Chapter 15: Publishing Your BI Tools to SharePoint 293
Chapter 16: Leveraging PerformancePoint Services 307
Part IV: Appendixes
Appendix A: Understanding the Big Data Toolset 331
Appendix B: Considerations for Delivering Mobile BI 341
Index 347


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Microsoft Excel (Computer file)
Electronic spreadsheets.
Business -- Computer programs.
Business intelligence -- Computer programs.
Dashboards (Management information systems)
Data mining.