Get yourself trained on Data Visualization and with this Online Training Data Visualization and Interactive Dashboards with Power BI.
Online Training Data Visualization and Interactive Dashboards with Power BI
Microsoft Power BI is a suite of tools to analyze your data and extract business insights from it through building interactive reports and dashboards. This course will be your guide to get the most out of the Power BI service thus enabling you to solve business problems and improve operations. So, if youre a BI professional, IT manager, or a power user who wants to get insights from the business data by creating interactive dashboards using Microsoft Power BI, then go for this course.This course takes a practical approach to teach you how to use raw data, monitor it, and visualize it in a form that will provide rich insights with the help of dashboards. To begin with, you will be introduced to Power BI powerful dashboard design features and how you can use it to the advantage of your organization. You will be provided with a set of use cases for which you will learn to create data models and perform DAX calculations to meet the business requirements. You will also learn to build interactive and functional reports and a detailed dashboards for the use cases, and publish them on the Power BI’s official website. Next, you will learn how to create charts and custom KPI visuals in Power BI as per your business requirements. Finally, you will learn some of the newest features in Power BI that makes it a digital storytelling tool and which will help you better understand your data.Contents and OverviewThis training program includes 2 complete courses, carefully chosen to give you the most comprehensive training possible.In the first course, Learning Microsoft Power BI, you will start with a set of business requirements for an example project from a client. Initially, you will connect to a data file. You will run through the process of connecting to your data, transform it, and then build the data model. This will help you understand and determine which DAX calculations are needed to meet the business requirements. Finally, you will build out an interactive and functional report and a detailed dashboard, and publish it on Power BI website.The second course, Building Interactive Dashboards with Microsoft Power BI, provides you with an introduction to Power BI’s powerful dashboard design features and how you can use it to the advantage of your organization. You will begin the course by building a simple, functional interactive dashboard. You will then present linked charts and KPIs. You will also develop dashboard examples suitable for publishing to analysts through managers and executives. At times, you need to walk users through the data so we introduce some storytelling features of Power BI. Finally, you will wrap up with some tips to style your dashboards for publishing.By the end of this course, you will have all the tricks of the trade in mastering Power BI to get effective visual analytics by creating interactive dashboards.Meet Your Expert(s):We have the best work of the following esteemed author(s) to ensure that your learning journey is smooth:Reid Havens is the Founder of Havens Consulting Inc. and a Microsoft MVP. He has a formal background in technology and organizational management, having obtained separate Master’s Degrees in Organizational Development & Business Analytics. Reid has experience working with many of the Fortune 50, 100, & 500 companies. Additionally he guest lectures at the University of Washington and other universities, teaching Business Intelligence, Reporting, & Data Visualization. He is also an avid content developer, having authored numerous articles and videos on various blog sites and video platforms. He’s also written multiple training curriculum for PowerPivotPro, and taught them as a Principal Consultant at dozens of companies around the world. He also developed college level classes for Bellevue College and The University of Washington.Peter MacMurchy has been a professional software developer for over 15 years, focusing on UX, UI, and interactive data visualization tools. He acquired a keen interest in information visualization from coursework while studying Computer Graphics for his M.Sc. in Computer Science at the University of Calgary. Since then, he’s continued to develop visualization and interactive software for finance, film, energy, and other industries. At Uncharted, Peter helps clients improve their data visualization capabilities on a consulting basis.
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