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- Understand how to use Power BI Online and Power BI Desktop
- Perform Big Data Analytics using Real World Scenario
- Transform Big Data and customize
- Create Powerful Visualization based on Big Data
- Sharing Dashboard with other users by emailing them directly or creating a URL link
- Ask questions from Big Data in plain English language
- Download Power BI Desktop
- Create an online account for Power BI Online
This lesson show you how to create a Power BI Online account. Power BI Desktop – the upgrade of the existing "Power BI for Office 365" – is an interactive reporting tool providing new and enhanced interactive visualization effects now available for FREE at PowerBI.com. You can connect to your data through a variety of means - including local files and databases as well as Microsoft Azure SQL Database, Azure Data Warehouse, SQL Server Analysis Services, and Apache Spark for Azure HDInsight and then proceed to explore your data through drag-and-drop fashion then publish your reports and visualizations to the Power BI service for collaboration and distribution.
In this lesson, you will learn the major difference between Power BI Online and Power Bi Desktop
There is actually tremendous value in applying big data analytics. Today business intelligence is only used by a fraction of the people that could derive value from it. What we all need is modernized business intelligence which will help everyone get the information they need to understand their job or personal life better. Not just the type of information gained from an Internet search, but also information from expert sources.
In this lesson, you will learn how to transform data
Excel is a great tool but Power BI offers more in the realm of visualization. The 64-bit version of Excel is better at processing large files than the 32-bit version, but even it has limitations. Power BI Desktop (BI as in Business Intelligence) is a free alternative to Excel for working with large files and Big Data. In this lesson, you will learn how to create powerful visualization using Power BI.
In today's global economy, enterprises that embark on big data strategies do so with the expectation that their businesses will transform. Big data analytics platforms analyze structured and unstructured data without requiring data to be transferred, therefore avoiding latency associated with having to move the data around.
In this lesson, you will learn how to transform Big Data with Power BI
- You need a stable and high speed internet connection
- Knowledge of Microsoft Excel (any version 2010, 2013, or 2016) is helpful
- Students are encouraged to take the Intro to Excel course first
Microsoft Business Intelligence or Power BI is a suite of business analytics tools to analyze data and share insights. Monitor your business and get answers quickly with rich dashboards available on every device. Data Analytics field is growing exponentially!
Learn Introduction to Data Analytics Using Power BI Online and Power BI Desktop
Power BI ( Microsoft Business Intelligence) offers basic data wrangling capabilities similar to Excel's Power Query. It also lets you create interactive visualizations, reports and dashboards with a few clicks or drag-and-drops; type natural-language questions about your data on a dashboard; and handle files that are too large for Excel.
Power BI transforms your company's data into rich visuals for you to collect and organize so you can focus on what matters to you. Stay in the know, spot trends as they happen, and push your business further.
It can work with dozens of data types -- not only Excel, Access and CSV files, but also Salesforce, Google Analytics, MailChimp, GitHub, QuickBooks Online and dozens of others. And, it will run R scripts -- meaning that any data you can pull in and massage via R you can import into Power BI
Let me help you bring your Big Data to life using Real World Data – We will use New York City Public Data Set as well as existing samples in Power BI
So, if you are looking for new ways to seek insights and create powerful visualization on the fly, Power BI is the answer. You can transform your company's data into rich stunning easy to use visuals for you to collect and organize, so you can spot trends, collaborate in new ways, and make sense of your data.
Increase your skills This course contains the following lessons:
Learn Data Analytics & Microsoft Business Intelligence concepts and application
Introduction to Power BI Online, Power BI Desktop, and the Interface
Be able to Import data using both Power BI Online and Power BI Desktop
Learn the difference between Power BI Online Vs Power BI Desktop
Master the skill of transforming Big Data – Real World Data Set (New York City Public data set)
Create stunning visualization
Using Quick Insights & Analytics
Asking Questions from your Big Data using plain English language.... and much more!
I welcome to our community of learners, and will see you in class!
- This course is designed for beginners and small business owners
- Intermediate and advanced users can gain additional tips and techniques from this course
- If you have never worked with Microsoft Excel before, you may find this course very challenging