Every once in a while… Microsoft releases extremely cool tools to the Excel audience that leaves us with a face similar to this one –>and they just recently introduced the latest version of Data Explorer
(which caused this to many people –>) .
Within the past 3 years, Microsoft has released
- Power View
- Data Explorer
- Excel 2013 (all the new functions and features apart from the ones above)
All of them that answer to the needs of business users to get their hands on the Dataa and be able to explore it and reach extremely useful insights…all of this thanks to the Self-service BI concept.
Data Explorer answers the need of the user that needs to transform his data in an easy and automated way, translating this into excel-geeky language, it means:
- No more macro recordings
- No more helper columns
- No more complicated formulas and arrays that made Excel Crash
Data Explorer it’s a tool that enables you to:
- Transform and
your data. However you want. Check out this post from The Data Specialist:
to know more about what’s Data Explorer