Getting to Know Power BI
- Yes, the student will need to download the free desktop version of Power BI.
If you are familiar with the field of data visualization, you would have heard of Power BI as a visualization tool. However, this is not an equal comparison since data visualization is a small part of this tool and a data analyst work. Among data professionals such as analyst, DBA, and data science. Power BI provides a more robust set of solutions around data preparation and data modeling.
This is an overview course is design to help analysts develop a working knowledge of Microsoft Power BI. This course will cover the fundamentals of loading data, transforming data, building graphs and dashboards. The course will allow the user to create interactivity for the end-users to deliver excellent business insights through data visualizations.
Who this course is for:
- data analyst, Excel users, and business analyst
- Load in Data and Getting to Know Power BI05:44
- Your First Graphs07:35
- Hierarchies and Drilling07:41
- Custom Hierarchies09:51
- Slicers and FIlters10:56
- Styling Charts09:01
- Calculated Columns08:54
- Replacing Values08:31
- Calculated Measures05:59
- Styling Maps09:18
- Conditional Formating06:57
- Segments and Filters05:18
- Customizing Visuals and Dashboard Structure08:47
- Shapes, Backgrounds and Wallpaper09:29
- Dashboard Styling03:28
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