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If you are importing from SQL Server or Access, click From Database in the Get External Data group of the Home ribbon You then choose either From SQL Server or From Access in the drop-down menu If you wish to import from another relational source, click From Other Sources in the Get External Data group and choose the relevant source All of these are entry points into the Table Import Wizard After you set up connection information, you will see the Choose How to Import the Data dialog The dialog is shown in Figure A-1 In this dialog, choose Write a Query That Will Specify the Data to Import and click Next The next dialog is Specify a SQL Query This dialog is shown in Figure A-2 In this dialog, type or copy and paste your SQL into the SQL Statement text box There is also a Design button that will take you into a graphical query designer (SQL Server import only) that can generate some of the SQL for you to get you started When your query is finished, click Validate to check the syntax, and then click Finish The data retrieved by your query will be displayed in a new PowerPivot table
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If you get it wrong, you can alter the SQL retrospectively You do so by clicking the Table Properties button in the Properties group of the Design ribbon This opens the Edit Table Properties dialog, where you can amend your SQL statement
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Appendix A: SQL Queries for PowerPivot
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If you want to try these examples, you will need SQL Server 2008 or 2008 R2, and the AdventureWorksDW2008 relational database (available from wwwcodeplexcom) You should also be able to adapt many of the queries to work with SQL Server 2005 and the AdventureWorksDW relational database (also available from wwwcodeplexcom), or the new SQL Server 2008 R2 ContosoRetailDW sample database One example (on self-joins) uses Northwind, so if you followed the practicals in s 1 and 2, you can amend your PowerPivot model
Prac tical PowerPivot & DAX Formulas for Excel 2010
Figure A-3
Specific columns
Selecting Speci c Columns
This is a simple column list (PowerPivot table result shown in Figure A-3):
select FirstName, LastName from DimCustomer
Using a T-SQL Function
Here, a simple function is used to manipulate data (PowerPivot table result shown in Figure A-4):
select Birthdate, datediff(yy,birthdate,GETDATE()) as Age from DimCustomer
Unless you use an asterisk for all columns, every column must have a name For example, the second column here would result in an error without the alias, Age The appearance of the Birthdate column is governed by the setting in the Format drop-down on the Home ribbon
Figure A-4
A SQL calculated column
Appendix A: SQL Queries for PowerPivot
Figure A-5
Distinct values
Suppressing Duplicates
This query eliminates duplicate values (PowerPivot table result shown in Figure A-5):
select distinct EnglishOccupation from DimCustomer
Creating Buckets
This technique is very useful when you want to reduce a large range of values into a small range of bucket values Some people call this discretization, or even bucketization! The PowerPivot table result is shown in Figure A-6
select LastName, case when yearlyincome <= 30000 then 'Low' when yearlyincome <= 70000 then 'Medium' else 'High' end as [Income Group] from DimCustomer
Figure A-6
Buckets of data
Prac tical PowerPivot & DAX Formulas for Excel 2010
Figure A-7
Filtering data
Implementing a Filter
This is an example of using the classic SQL Where clause to filter data (PowerPivot table result shown in Figure A-7):
select FirstName, LastName, EnglishEducation, EnglishOccupation from DimCustomer where englisheducation not in ('partial college','high school','graduate degree')
A More Complex Filter
Here is another filtering query (PowerPivot table result shown in Figure A-8):
select FirstName, LastName, EnglishEducation, EnglishOccupation from DimCustomer where (englisheducation = 'Partial College' and englishoccupation = 'Clerical') or englishoccupation = 'Manual'
Figure A-8
Another filtering example
Appendix A: SQL Queries for PowerPivot
Figure A-9
Wildcard search
Using Wildcards
In this query, a wildcard has been used to filter the data (PowerPivot table result shown in Figure A-9):
select FirstName, LastName from DimCustomer where LastName like 'Li%'
Sorting Records
Here, you are retrieving the top ten percent by income (PowerPivot table result shown in Figure A-10):
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