Yesterday I posted a demo that Microsoft Certified Trainers can use in course 20467B: Designing Business Intelligence Solutions with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 to show students how to use the Data Explorer add-in for Excel 2013. GeoFlow is another new Excel add-in that you might want to demonstrate in class. It enables users to visualize data that includes geographic and temporal dimensions on an animated map, showing how data points in specific geographic locations change over time. You can get the GeoFlow add-in from the Microsoft Office web site, and you can download the demo steps in a PDF document from here.
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Note that GeoFlow is a preview release at the moment, and is subject to change in the future. The demo is provided as-is, and no support will be provided for it by Microsoft Learning or Content Master.
Update: GeoFlow has been renamed Power Map, and forms part of the Power BI capability being added to Microsoft Office 365.