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Figure 1-11 DAX used to denormalize data
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other situation (creating a measure) will be described shortly when you have a pivot table You have pulled the category name from the Categories table into the Products table (see Figure 1-11) You have started to denormalize your data and to build a star schema PowerPivot for Excel uses a hidden instance of SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) behind the scenes to automatically create a cube for you (but you don t have to understand anything about star schemas or cubes that s the beauty of PowerPivot for Excel) SSAS runs in the same process as Excel 11 On the Home ribbon (of the PowerPivot window), click PivotTable in the Reports group and select PivotTable from the drop-down menu (Figure 1-12) In the ensuing Create PivotTable dialog, select Existing Worksheet and click OK (Figure 1-13) You should be back in the Excel workbook, looking at an empty pivot table and a PowerPivot Field List at the right (Figure 1-14) If you can t see the Field List, click inside the pivot table If it s still not visible, click Field List in the Show/Hide group of the PowerPivot ribbon You now have two windows open, Excel and PowerPivot To move between them, you can use the task bar If you close the PowerPivot window, simply click the PowerPivot Window button
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Figure 1-12 Creating a pivot table
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Figure 1-13 Location of new pivot table in Excel
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If you expand the Orders and the Order Details tables in the PowerPivot Field List, you can see the two new columns you added using DAX: Year and Sales Amount Under the Products table, you can also see your new Category column It looks no di erent from the original imported columns You are ready to build your rst PowerPivot pivot table (hosted in Excel) by adding columns 12 Right-click Category under the Products table (not CategoryName under Categories) and choose Add to Column Labels You can also drag and drop to the Column Labels drop-zone Do the same for ProductName Under the Customers table, right-click Country and choose Add to Row Labels (yes, columns can become rows!) Do the same for City Under the Order Details table, right-click Sales Amount and choose Add to Values Next, under the Orders table, rightclick Year and choose Add to Slicers Horizontal Repeat this for the Category column in the Products table There should be seven entries in the bottom half of the PowerPivot Field List by default, the lower section of the PowerPivot Field List contains drop-zones for different areas of the pivot table Category appears twice, and Sales Amount (in the Values section) is named Sum of Sales Amount Your PowerPivot Field List should look something like Figure 1-15 13 Now is probably a good point at which to save your work You save from Excel as you normally do, although you can also save from the PowerPivot window Both the Excel workbook and the PowerPivot model, including both metadata and data, are saved as one single xlsx file You have just created a multidimensional cube without having to know anything about star schemas or cubes or dimensions or facts/measures or SSAS If you copy the xlsx file and rename with a zip extension, you can unzip the file It contains quite a lot! In the customData subfolder of the xl folder, there s a file called item1data, which is fairly big This file is your PowerPivot data 14 In the pivot table, right-click on Argentina under Row Labels and choose Expand/Collapse, followed by Collapse Entire Field Repeat this process for Beverages under Column Labels Your pivot table should resemble Figure 1-16 That s pretty good for a few minutes work, isn t it You might want to experiment with expanding and collapsing the countries and the categories Something you may not have seen before are the two slicers at the top Try clicking individual years or product categories to implement filters and watch the data change (it s really fast) To select more than one filter in a particular slicer, click the first tile and hold down the ctrl key as you click others the data will not refresh until you release the ctrl key Or you can hold down the mouse button to select contiguous slicer tiles To show all of the data and clear any slicer filters, click the small filter funnel (which has a red cross when a filter is in operation) at the top right of a slicer
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