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3: PowerPivot: In-Depth
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Figure 3-1 shows the PowerPivot ribbon in Excel This ribbon is divided into seven groups: Launch, Measures, Report, Excel Data, Options, Show/Hide, and Relationship A couple of these groups contain more than one button or icon
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The Launch group contains a single button called PowerPivot Window This opens a new PowerPivot window and creates an empty PowerPivot model in memory, if one is not already open If you already have a PowerPivot window open, the button switches you into PowerPivot In addition, you could also use the Windows task bar, or press alt-tab, to switch to PowerPivot, if it s already open
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The Measures group has three buttons New Measure is used to create a new calculated measure for your pivot tables or charts in the current Excel workbook You do so by entering a suitable DAX formula composed of one or more DAX functions Delete Measure is used to remove an existing measure that you had already created with New Measure Finally, the Measure Settings button allows you to modify the DAX formula you initially entered when creating a new measure 4 gives you an overview of DAX formulas Later, a whole section of the book (Part II) is devoted to a comprehensive reference to all DAX functions
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The Report group has just the one button labeled PivotTable This opens a drop-down menu that enables you to insert a pivot table or a pivot chart, or both, into an Excel worksheet The menu is shown in Figure 3-2 The pivot report (table and/or chart) will be based on the data in your PowerPivot window It duplicates the functionality of the PivotTable button in the Reports (yes, Reports, not Report!) group of the PowerPivot Home ribbon Once you have your PowerPivot data, you can insert a pivot report into an Excel worksheet from either Excel or PowerPivot
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PowerPivot ribbon in Excel
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Figure 3-2
PivotTable menu
Excel Data Group
The Excel Data group consists of two buttons The Create Linked Table button enables you to create a PowerPivot table from a table in an Excel worksheet This only works with tables in the current Excel workbook If you have a simple data range in a worksheet (as opposed to an Excel table), it will automatically be converted into an Excel table, complete with column headers This has two implications One, any data in the current workbook must be explicitly or implicitly converted to a table Two, if you wish to import data into PowerPivot from an external Excel workbook, you must either use the From Other Sources button in the Get External Data group of the Home ribbon in PowerPivot itself, or copy and paste (more on external Excel workbooks later in this chapter) If you wish to try out linked tables with PowerPivot, here are a few very simple steps to get you started:
Enter some data into a cell in an Excel worksheet You can enter a number or some text For this example, we are not using a column header, although you could do so if you wanted With the focus on the same cell, go to the Home ribbon in Excel, and from the Styles group, click Format as Table and choose a style In the ensuing dialog, click OK Your data is now explicitly formatted as an Excel table, perhaps with a column heading of Column1 To convert the Excel table into a PowerPivot table, go to the PowerPivot ribbon Make sure the focus is within the table, and then click the Create Linked Table button in the Excel Data group This switches you into the PowerPivot window
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If this is the first time you tried this, your PowerPivot table is probably called Table1 Notice the linked table symbol on the Table tab If the original Excel table was created without column headings, the column in the PowerPivot table is called Column1 You can then right-click (or double-click) to rename either the PowerPivot table or the PowerPivot column heading Switch back to Excel and change the data you originally entered You can go back to Excel by clicking Switch to Workbook on the Quick Access toolbar in PowerPivot If you now switch back to PowerPivot, you can see that the data in the linked table has been automatically refreshed This raises an interesting question: If PowerPivot tables are automatically updated by changes to data in an Excel linked table, why is there an Update All button in the Excel Data group The answer lies in the PowerPivot window itself When you add your first linked table to PowerPivot, it acquires a new third contextual ribbon called Linked Table This has just one group, Linked Tables One of the buttons in this group is labeled Update Mode This button opens a small drop-down menu where you can set the update mode The default is Automatic, which is why your PowerPivot table was refreshed when you made a change to the Excel table The only other option is Manual If you set it to manual, then you can use the Update All button in the PowerPivot ribbon in Excel There is also an Update All button in the Linked Tables group of the Linked Table ribbon in PowerPivot itself Both Update All buttons will refresh all data from all linked tables in PowerPivot In PowerPivot itself, there is also an Update Selected button, but this refreshes only the current PowerPivot table The real world is the real world, and not a textbook Errors occur so here we are going to deliberately cause one Delete the original table in the Excel worksheet you can do so by selecting the table cell and its column header and pressing del Now click the Update All button on the PowerPivot ribbon (you can also use the Update All button on the Linked Table ribbon in PowerPivot) Even if the update mode is set to automatic, this forces an immediate manual refresh of the linked table data in PowerPivot Of course, the original Excel table no longer exists and the Errors in Linked Tables dialog opens This dialog is shown in Figure 3-3
Figure 3-3
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