Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2013

Greetings, everyone. It has certainly been a big few weeks for us here on the Office team. The Office Next blog was released, and it’s overflowing with great information. Plus, information about the integration throughout Office BI, and how people experience data, is spectacular. Each day that I read customer feedback about the team’s accomplishments for the…


Creating a Custom Dashboard Filter for PerformancePoint Server 2007 ~ Code Sample

Joe Hayes  (josehay@microsoft.com) Microsoft Corporation February 2008 Applies to: Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007 Summary: This article contains a custom dashboard filter plug-in for Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007. Sample Code File SQLQueryParameterSample Introduction You can create a custom dashboard filter plug-in for Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007. Filters let dashboard users refine the data…

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Analytic charts & grids in PerformancePoint Services

Analytic charts & grids are interactive visualizations rendered by PerformancePoint Services for SharePoint 2010. They let users drill down, across, and through any hierarchy in the model: hook it up to an Analysis Services database or PowerPivot model, define the initial layout, and you’re done. There’s nothing more to do to enable this interactivity. Here’s…

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Creating a Second Y-Axis on an Analytic Chart

Did you know you can get a 2nd y-axis on a chart? This can create what some people call a mixed-series chart, with a combination of bars and lines. If you add 2 measures to a Bar Chart, one of which has “normal” numeric formatting, and one which is formatted as a percentage, PerformancePoint will…

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Creating simple budget KPIs from SharePoint Lists

In this post we’re going to walk through how our favorite fictional company Litware uses PerformancePoint Services with SharePoint list data to do simple "under budget" KPIs. In Litware’s party planning committee we log how much we spend on events using a SharePoint list. Corporate’s creating a corporate balanced scorecard using PerformancePoint Services, and they’ve…

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Decomposition Tree: Contribution Analysis & Presentation

PerformancePoint Services for SharePoint 2010 introduces the decomposition tree, an interactive arrangement of bar charts that makes it easy to explore contribution relationships. It provides an effective alternative to the “Drill Down To” feature in analytic charts. Flight delay: a simple analysis and presentation scenario I’ve built a model using US Bureau of Transportation Statistics…

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Cascading Filters in PerformancePoint Services

One long-awaited and much-requested feature for PerformancePoint, Cascading Filters, is available in SharePoint Server 2010 SP1. I wanted to go through the deployment of a dashboard using Cascading Filters to show both the ease and a little of the power this feature provides. The concept of cascading filters is that the output of one filter…

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Deploying PerformancePoint 2010 Soup to Nuts

The PerformancePoint team receives a lot of questions about how to deploy (or activate) the product now that it lives within the confines of SharePoint. This is definitely a valid question because the “up and running” process is quite different compared to the experience from 2007. To help illustrate the process, I’m going to take…

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Everything you need to know about PerformancePoint Services 2010

It’s been quite a while since the PerformancePoint Blog has been updated. We’ve taken a look at what we’ve done with the blog so far, and what we’d like to do going forward. Starting with this month, May 2011, you will be able to expect a new, stronger heartbeat of content being published. Each month,…

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Hiding Empty Rows in a Scorecard – Code Sample

Download the Code Sample GridViewTransformSample Grid View Transforms for scorecards are one of the extensibility points of PerformancePoint Monitoring Server. In this post I will discuss how you can easily create your own Grid View Transform to automatically hide all the empty rows in scorecards. Imagine you have a scorecard that is used by different…

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