The Excel and Power BI teams are hosting a new conference designed specifically for you, the business analyst. The Microsoft Data Insights Summit will feature talks from leaders in the Excel community and successful analysts who will share their thoughts on trends in the industry, Excel and Power BI best practices and what it takes to succeed as an analyst in the modern workplace.
With the new Get & Transform capabilities in Excel 2016, you can now import, transform and combine data from different sources—thanks to the integrated Power Query technology in Excel. Today we are going to focus on one of the most useful capabilities that Get & Transform offers—the ability to use Unpivot to transform ANY table in your workbook to make it ready for powerful analysis using PivotTables and PivotCharts.
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Since the release of Excel 2016 for Mac, customers have given great feedback about its ease of use and the benefits of the new features. We want to highlight the Excel 2016 for Mac features that customers rave about and share some tips and tricks that could save you a ton of time using the most powerful spreadsheet and data analysis tool on the Mac platform.
Excel 2016 introduces new and efficient capabilities. PivotTables, both native and data model based, now support automatic time grouping, and PivotCharts include drill-down buttons. Today we will walk through all the new and cool options for building PivotTables with a Date/Time column and show how to surface time-based insights in your data.