Analysis for PowerPoint has only one Analysis ribbon and no Design Panel.
This simplicity is due to the nature of PowerPoint as a presentation tool, not a data analysis tool. Consequently, the functionality is not as extensive as with Analysis for Excel.
You can, however, configure basic properties for the entire presentation.
Inserting a data source in Analysis PowerPoint is the same as inserting a data source in Analysis Excel. Choose Insert Data Source and choose your data source, logging on to the appropriate platform.
You can insert charts or Info Fields in your presentations, similar to doing so in Analysis for Excel. Info Fields are inserted onto the slide as a PowerPoint group comprised of a label and value field. You can ungroup using standard PowerPoint functionality, but be aware that if you manually edit either field, a Refresh no longer updates the Info Field.