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the concept of related tables But thanks to PowerPivot, we are going to create relationships on non-relational Excel lists/tables in a while! Select all six tables (Categories, Customers, Employees, Order Details, Orders, and Products) Click Finish The last dialog in the wizard is called Importing It s virtually the same as the one at the end of an Access or SQL Server import (Figure 2-10), except the final row, Data Preparation, is missing Data Preparation is where relationships are detected and created this does not apply to Excel imports Click Close
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You can also import from a data feed on the Internet As of this writing, there is a data feed for the Northwind database URLs come and go I hope, but don t promise, that this URL is still working when you read this book Here are the steps to import from a Northwind data feed:
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Click From Data Feeds in the Get External Data group on the PowerPivot Home ribbon Enter http://servicesodataorg/Northwind/Northwindsvc/ as the Data Feed URL Click Test Connection, and if successful, click Next Choose six tables: Categories, Customers, Employees, Order_Details (note the underscore), Orders, and Products Then click Finish, followed by Close
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The data imported (assuming the URL is still valid) is the same as the SQL Server or the Access or the Excel data there are minor differences, but they do not affect any of the examples in this book
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Once a data import has finished, you are returned to the main PowerPivot window Now it will include six PowerPivot tables, each with its own tab In the previous sections you might have imported six tables from SQL Server, Access, Excel, or a data feed Your window should look like that shown in Figure 2-16 there may be some minor differences in your tables (that is, column names, number of columns, and icons in some column headers), depending upon the source of your data You are not restricted only to SQL Server, Access, Excel, or data feed imports There are many different sources you can use All are covered in this book, some in great detail, for example, SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) This is a salient point at which to mention that you can combine table imports from more than one source
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Prac tical PowerPivot & DAX Formulas for Excel 2010
Figure 2-16 PowerPivot tables
In our example, you could just as easily have imported a couple of the tables from Excel, a couple from Access, and a couple from SQL Server PowerPivot is an excellent way to consolidate multiple data sources into one, before you view the resulting business intelligence in a pivot table It also allows you to define relationships between tables from differing sources In effect, it helps you to design and build a data mart with a minimum amount of effort In addition, it can handle very large data sets You are not limited to the current Excel maximum of just over one million rows per worksheet The limit now depends on available memory On a 32-bit system, that means it can handle millions of rows or more in each table On 64-bit systems, you can have even more rows You are, however, limited by a maximum workbook size of 2GB Before moving on to those topics in more detail, let s see how PowerPivot handled the table imports You will find a few differences, depending on whether you imported from SQL Server/Access or from Excel/data feed The color scheme you see for your PowerPivot tables is determined by your settings in Excel for Table Style Medium 11 You can check this style by clicking the Format as Table button in the Styles group of the Home ribbon from the Table Styles group of the Table Tools/Design ribbon First, we ll look at the Categories table (Figure 2-17) In your version of the Categories table, you may see a small icon in the column header for the CategoryID column The icon includes two small tables CategoryID is a column that can be referenced by other tables If you are from a relational database background, CategoryID is a primary key and PowerPivot recognized it as such during the import from SQL Server and Access If you are looking at your own Excel or data
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