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PowerPivot | Power View exercise | Create a multiple pie chart in Power View, with filtered data
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The aim of this exercise is to create the following Power View report:
See below for notes on how to do this!
To do this, first run the SQL script in the above folder (copying and commercial use prohibited) to generate a database called MAM.
Create a new workbook, and within this a data model combining the following tables:
In the tblPos table, add the following new calculated columns:
To get the report working, you'll need to create a pie chart and then set vertical and horizontal multiples. You'll also need to set the following filters:
- The year should equal 2014
- The month number should be 3 or less
- The centre type should not equal Shopping Centre
- You should use the MonthName field for the vertical multiples.
Save this workbook as Lots of pies, then close it down.