Microsoft Power BI For Beginners

Microsoft Power BI For Beginners

Microsoft Power BI For Beginners

Microsoft Power BI For Beginners

Language: english

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Instructor(s): Charles Smith

Last update: 2022-09-27

What you’ll learn

  • Get to know the different tools of the Power BI universe and learn how to use them
  • Understand Power BI Desktop and its components
  • Learn how to filter and format data, how pivoting and unpivoting works
  • How to work in the different views of the Data Model
  • How to create calculated columns and measures
  • How to build relationships between different tables
  • How to create a report with different interactive visualization types
  • Build bar charts, line charts, cards, donut charts, tables, scatter plots, and maps and identify appropriate data types, as well as common business uses
  • Format Power BI visualizations and navigate the unique customization options that vary between data visuals
  • Edit interactions between visuals and layer fields to create drilling and cross-filtering functionality that helps viewers dig for insights

 

Requirements

  • For the majority of the course you must have a computer with Windows as operating system
  • Basic understanding of data analysis is a plus but not required

 

Description

You want to analyze data from single or multiple sources? You want to create your individual datasets based on these sources and transform your results into beautiful and easy-to-make visualizations? You also want to share your results with colleagues or collaborate on your projects? Finally, you want to be able to access your data from multiple devices?

Then the Power BI tools are the tools to choose for you!

In this course you will learn why Power BI offers you a comprehensive set of Business Intelligence tools for your data analysis goals and how to use these tools to fulfill all of the above tasks – and more. Imagine to quickly structure your data, to easily add calculations to it and to create and publish nice-looking charts in just a few minutes.

This is what you will learn:

  • Get to know the different tools of the Power BI universe and learn how to use them

  • Understand Power BI Desktop and its components

  • Learn how to use the Query Editor to connect Power BI to various source types, how to work on the Data Model and understand the difference between those two steps

  • Learn how to filter and format data, how pivoting and unpivoting works

  • How to work in the different views of the Data Model

  • How to create calculated columns and measures

  • How to build relationships between different tables

  • How to create a report with different interactive visualization types

  • Learn how to use Power BI Pro to create dashboards and to share and publish your results

  • How to access your results from multiple devices using Power BI Mobile

  • And more!

This is what this course offers, but is this the right course for you?

If you…

  • …never worked with the Power BI tools before

  • …have a basic understanding of selected tools of the Power BI universe and want to learn how these tools work together

  • …want to understand the latest updated version of Power BI Pro, including “My Workspace”, Collaboration Workspaces and Apps

…then this is the right course for you.

I would be really happy to welcome you in this course!

 

Who this course is for

  • Data Engineers
  • Data Scientists
  • BI Developers
  • DataOps Engineers
  • Data Analysts
  • DevOps Engineers
  • Data Architects
  • Data Visualization Engineers
  • Solution Architects
  • System Engineers

 

Course content

  • Learning Objectives
    • Learning Objectives
  • Lesson Overview
    • Lesson Overview
  • Lesson Prerequisites
    • Lesson Prerequisites
    • Query overview in Power BI Desktop
    • Shape and combine data in Power BI
  • Introduction to Data Visualization
    • Introduction to Data Visualization
  • Why is Data Visualization Important?
    • Why is Data Visualization Important?
  • Stakeholders
    • Stakeholders
  • When To Use Data Visualization
    • When To Use Data Visualization
  • Tools & Environment
    • Tools & Environment
    • Tools & Environment Part 2
    • Tools & Environment Part 3
    • Tools & Environment Part 4
    • Tools & Environment Part 5
  • Lesson Objectives
    • Lesson Objectives
  • Big Picture
    • Big Picture
    • Summary
  • Bar Charts & Line Charts
    • Bar Chart Visualization
    • What are bar charts and why do they matter?
    • Anatomy of a Bar Chart
    • Important Bar Chart Components
    • The 4 Flavors of Bar Charts
    • Four Varieties of Bar Charts
    • The 3 Types of Line Chart
    • What’s so great about line charts?
    • New Terms
  • Demo: Bar Charts
    • Bar Chart Demonstration
  • Demo: Line Charts
    • Line Chart Demonstration
  • Demo: How Power BI Visualizations Interact with Each Other
    • How Power BI Visualizations Interact with Each Other
  • Cards, Donut Charts, and Tables/Matrices
    • Cards
    • Cards Summary
    • Donut Chart: Pies are Out, Donuts are In
    • Donut Charts Summary
    • Tables
    • Tables Summary
    • Tables Vs. Matrices
    • Matrices
    • New Terms
  • Demo: Cards
    • Cards Demonstration
  • Demo: Donut Charts
    • Donut Charts Demonstration
  • Demo: Tables & Matrices
    • Tables & Matrices Demonstration
  • Maps
    • Maps
    • Maps Overview
    • Bubble Maps
    • Summary
    • New Terms
  • Demo: Bubble Maps
    • Bubble Maps Demonstration

 

 

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