If you are looking for PowerView, you have come to the right place. We explain what PowerView is and point you to the official download.
What is PowerView?
PowerView is a new add-in for Excel 2013 Pro Plus. It uses Excel as a type of BI application. This program also consumes the Data Model. Power View’s idea is to allow the program to create interactive data presentations or reports. It can also be used to explore data visually without users worrying about messing it up. Users can even utilize it to make their own reports, without the help of IT. Once Power View switches over to HTML5, users will be able to view it on more devices, browsers, and operating systems. Supported operating systems include Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7. It is an interactive data exploration, presentation, and visualization experience which encourage users to use intuitive ad-hoc reporting.
Aside from Excel, Power View is also a feature of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, and 2013 as a part of the SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1 reporting services add-in for Microsoft SharePoint Server Enterprise Edition. Users will be able to make Power View sheets in Excel, and then view them afterwards in the Power BI Windows Store app. Power View sheets can also be viewed in the user’s browser, without having to install Silverlight.
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File types supported by PowerView
Our users primarily use PowerView to open these file types:
About file types supported by PowerView
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Last updated: : December 9, 2014