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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Download link for my 24 HoP Session

It’s been almost 3 months since I blogged and this has been the longest time I have been away from this space since I started blogging. There are a couple of reasons behind it (which included the suspension of my blog by Google for allegedly hosting malicious code!!!) but more on this later. For now I just wanted to post the download link for the demos used in my 24 Hours of PASS session - DataViz You Thought You Could NOT Do with SSRS.

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The report solution files are available for download here. The rdl files for the 8 reports that I showed as well as the shared data sources are present in the zip file. You can run the reports by pointing the shared data sources to your local database for most reports. However, the following reports will not run as additional information or data is required – Squarified Tree Map.rdl and MCFC.rdl. However, you can learn more about these two charts by visiting my earlier blogs on Heat Maps for SSRS using Map Control and Linking and Brushing Visualization with SSRS. This was a sneak peak of my session that I am presenting at the PASS BA Conference.

For people who are wondering what this is all about - On February 5, BA and BI community experts presented a series of 1-hour webcasts delivering best practices and expert tips for getting the most from your data. This 24 Hours of PASS event provided a sneak peek at what you can expect at the PASS Business Analytics Conference May 7-9 in San Jose, CA. Sign up today and you can use my discount code BASF2A to save $150 off the registration price.

The 24 Hours of PASS session recordings (which includes my session also) are now available for streaming. Access the recordings for free now.

4 comments:

  1. Hi Jason, is there an example available of the MFC.rdl file with the football stuff?

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  2. Sadly, there is no working example as the source data is in my DB. But this post explains the working in detail - http://www.sqljason.com/2012/08/linking-and-brushing-visualization-with.html and you could try to replicate it with your own data.

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    1. Thanks, I will try that. Keep up the good work :-)

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  3. I've watched it twice now, great stuff! I don't suppose you have a transcript? It would be easier then trying to fast forward and rewind to get to the different sections.

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