After describing some general features of Power View in SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services in SharePoint Integrated mode, creating a tabular data model deploying it to the SQL Server Analysis Server is described. Connecting the SharePoint server to the deployed model to create a data source was then described. This data source was used to create the Power View report. The following features were described: interactive highlighting, interactive filtering and sorting, visualization as a card, tiles visualization, slicers, filtering and advanced filtering, scatter and bubble charts, view navigation, animation, save, do, undo and refresh, and saving to PowerPoint.

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