An Introduction to Power BI
This is a comprehensive introduction to Power BI online workshop that covers the complete lifecycle of the Power BI report development. This includes:
- Data import
- Data cleansing and transformation
- Data Modelling
- Data Visualisation
- Publishing to the Power BI service
What Will I Learn?
- Key skills and confidence to build your own reports
- Import data from multiple sources
- Data cleansing and Transformation
- Data modelling and relationships
- Import custom visuals
- Create DAX measures
- Create time intelligence functions
- Visuals, slicers and interactions
- Report branding
- Report formatting
- Add images
- Publish to Power BI service
- Share and collaborate
Topics for this course
This is an introduction to the online course, detailing who we are, what we're doing and how we're doing it.
In this module we review the Power BI desktop application and download the files for the course.
Getting familiar with Power BI desktop00:03:51
Data Import and data cleansing
In this module, you will import data from various sources and use the Power Query editor to cleanse and transform the data, ready for reporting.
Data transformation and data cleansing with Power Query00:19:18
A key part of any report is a solid data model, here we manipulate and create relationships.
Data modelling and relationships00:09:16
Exploring the numerous Power BI visuals, understanding interaction and data exploration.
Introduction to DAX00:16:42
Assemble the components for your final dashboard, creating a story from the data.
Storytelling with Power BI00:14:59
Publishing your report to the Power BI service
Publishing to the Power BI service00:06:04
About the instructor
A highly classified, unique individual and an expert in his field. 007 is pinnacle of samurai's, takes advantage of tech innovations such as Power BI with the fantastic ability to think on his feet. His calming influence when it comes to the most challenging of projects is one of the reasons he is give the double '0' status. He's clear, concise, to the point and always finishes the job. And above all, he makes this look good.