Power BI is the newest Microsoft Business Intelligence and Data Analysis tool. In this module, we will go through the basics of this product and introduce all components of Power BI. You will see some demos and introductions about Power BI desktop, Power BI service, and mobile apps. You will see some basic demos of how easy it is to use Power BI in some scenarios.
This course is the up-to-date version of one of the most popular courses on our platform, “Power BI Essentials”. After four years of publishing that course. This course is designed to give you an end to end view of all Power BI components and tools. In this course, you will learn all modules of Power BI, from Getting Data with Power Query, Doing data Modeling and DAX, Visualization in Power BI Desktop, Publishing and Sharing content in Power BI Service, and Refreshing Dataset and Security.
This course is designed in a way that by completing it, you will have a full understanding of all components in Power BI, and you will know how these components work together.
Getting data is the first experience of working with Power BI. You can connect to many data sources on-premises or in the cloud. In this module, you will learn everything about getting data experience of Power BI. Data analysis and BI world start from data extraction and transformation. Power Query is the data transformation engine of Power BI. In this module, you will learn about Power Query and how to use the graphical user interface to apply transformations to the dataset.
Data Visualization is the front end of any BI application. This is the user viewpoint of your system. It is critical to visualize measures and dimensions effectively so the BI system could clearly tell the story of the data. In this module, you will learn how to create visualizations and set their configurations in the Power BI Desktop.
Good modeling is the key to a high-performance BI solution. In this module, you will learn the basics of Power BI modeling, such as creating relationships. You will learn about some specific ways of creating relationships and learn about how to create calculations using quick measures in Power BI. Behind the scene uses DAX expressions.
In the last module of this course, you will learn about tips that you need to consider when you are sharing your Power BI solution through the Power BI service. You will learn about workspaces as collaborative environments and learn Power BI apps to share the content with the end-user. You will also learn how the security can apply to the dataset so that everyone sees the data that they are supposed to see.