Data Visualization Techniques for SQL Server

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About Data Visualization Techniques for SQL Server

Data visualization is a key aspect of business intelligence, as the proper use of data visualization techniques and tools is the best way to make reports more useful and effective. Microsoft has created many data visualization features for SQL Server – particularly in the latest versions of the company's Report Builder utility. Our data visualization topic page provides resources and tutorials for using data visualization solutions in SQL Server environments. Here you'll find detailed information on working with the various editions of Report Builder for SQL Server (most recently Report Builder 3.0), with how-tos for implementing data visualization techniques into SSRS reports.