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Creating cool animated visualizations with Excel and Power BI

Power Query and Power View Our friends over in the Power BI Blog posted an in-depth walkthrough of the new features available as part of Power Query and Power View.  In particular, how to create a cool time series scatter plot/bubble visualization.  Follow this link to learn more about how to leverage these new features to enhance the BI capabilities of Excel!

Also, be one of the first to preview the new Power BI for Office 365 preview. Register today and we’ll send you access details later this summer.

–Carlos Otero, Excel Program Manager

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  1. Carlos, is Power Query an add in for the new Excel?

    • Hi Rblack 40 – Yes, Power Query is currently a COM add-in download for Excel 2013 in Office Professional Plus 2013 and Office 365 ProPlus that allows users to discover, combine, and refine public data for better analysis within Excel. Additional capabilities of enterprise data search will be available as part of the new Power BI for Office 365 offering. Register for this preview if you would like to explore these capabilities.

      Carlos Otero, Excel Program Manager

  2. Where can I find a video tutorial using Power Query and Facebook is the source?

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