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Figure 2-35 Initial pivot table
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Drag Year from the Orders table to the Slicers Horizontal drop-zone Do the same for the Category column from the Products table Finally, drag LastName from the Employees table to the Report Filter drop-zone Hopefully, your pivot table is similar to Figure 2-36
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How many ways would you like to filter your BI report Here are a few options a later chapter ( 5) covers pivot table filtering in more detail Pivot table filtering is different from filtering the source data in the PowerPivot window the latter restricts the data available in the pivot table If you want to quickly experiment with filters, try these:
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Click any year in the Year slicer To select two years, hold down the ctrl key after having selected the first one If you hold down the ctrl key before clicking the first one, you can toggle your choices in the slicer To remove the current slice, click the small filter funnel icon at the top right of the slicer
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Figure 2-36 Completed pivot table
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Click any category in the Category slicer You can slice on both Year and Category at the same time, if you wish Click the drop-down button next to the Row Labels caption and select a country or two To see all of the countries again, click once more and choose Clear Filter from Country You can also sort rows and columns through the filter button (for columns, the button is next to the Column Labels caption) There is also a Report Filter called LastName The filter button is in the adjacent cell with the caption All Try an employee or two To remove this filter, choose All from the drop-down
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Slicers, Report Filters, and Row/Column Labels filters are all activated differently! However, they all have the same ultimate effect they change the context of the measures in the value section of the pivot table They are also interdependent For example, you can choose Beverages from the slicer or the Column Labels filter, and each updates the other If you watch the DAXColumn, GUIColumn, and DAXMeasure values changing, it can be tricky at first to understand what s happening It may be easier if you observe the figures for the Grand Total for Total DAXColumn, Total GUIColumn, and TotalDAXMeasure The DAXColumn measure was created as a calculated column (a DAX formula) in the PowerPivot window The GUIColumn measure was created from the DAXColumn using the mouse, in the GUI of the pivot table The DAXMeasure measure was created directly as a calculated measure in the Excel workbook There are so many possibilities for creating and filtering your BI!
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Observe how GUIColumn and DAXMeasure behave With no filters, they are the same When you impose a filter, they are often different This is because the GUIColumn is sensitive to the current filter context The DAXMeasure uses the DAX keyword ALL to override the current filter context These topics are discussed in more detail in 4
A Very Quick Pivot Chart
You are not limited to pivot tables to display your PowerPivot data Pivot charts can add dramatic visualization to your business intelligence If done sensibly, pivot charts can bring your pivot tables to life and immediately highlight interesting information Of course, if pivot charts are overly elaborate, they can also obfuscate the data you can easily turn your business intelligence back into relatively meaningless data Our example, coming up shortly, is deliberately simple and hopefully clear
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There are three ways in which to add pivot charts First, you can return to the PowerPivot window and choose the PivotTable drop-down from the Reports group of the Home ribbon Then, from the drop-down, choose any option that mentions PivotChart or Charts Second, you can use the same options from the PivotTable drop-down in the Report group of the PowerPivot ribbon in the Excel workbook Both of these approaches generally create a new pivot chart that is not directly linked to an existing pivot table in fact, a new pivot table is created as the basis for the pivot chart The third method, instigated from the PivotTable Tools group on the Options ribbon in the Excel workbook, makes it easy to base the pivot chart on an existing pivot table In this example, we ll use the latter, as it s so convenient:
Remove the GUIColumn and DAXMeasure columns from your pivot table An easy way to do so is to right-click the column name in the Values drop-zone and choose Remove Field You should have one value remaining, DAXColumn, which represents Sales Amount In the Category horizontal slicer, click Beverages and, while holding down the ctrl key, click Condiments You can also drag with the mouse Your pivot table should look like Figure 2-37 Click the drop-down button next to the Row Labels caption Click Select All to remove all the check marks, and turn on Canada and USA Click OK to close the drop-down Click PivotTable Tools | Options to see its ribbon If you can t see PivotTable Tools at the top of the Excel window, click anywhere inside the pivot table (clicking inside a slicer is not sufficient) In the Tools group, click PivotChart, accept the default of the first Column style of chart, and click OK Drag the pivot chart to a convenient location and, while holding down the ctrl key, click Confections in the horizontal slicer My result is shown in Figure 2-38 Yours may differ somewhat if you have been experimenting with filters (for example, the LastName Report Filter or the Year slicer) That s not too important at this stage What is important is that you have created, in just a few seconds, a very powerful visualization of your business intelligence
Notice that many of the pivot table filters are replicated in the pivot chart You can use either or both The chart duplicates the Report Filter on LastName and the Column/Row Labels filters The pivot table slicers are not reproduced in the pivot chart simply use the ones above the pivot table The Category filter in the chart is from the pivot table s Column Labels filter and is not the Category slicer, although the two are interdependent
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