Microsoft Power BI Introduction

Grant Gamble

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61 Videos (7h 7m)
    • 1.1 Welcome to Microsoft Power BI Introduction

      2:39
    • 2.1 Power BI Editions

      6:49
    • 2.2 the Three Key Elements Of Power BI

      4:46
    • 2.3 Understanding Dashboards, Reports and Datasets

      6:03
    • 2.4 Exploring the Power BI Desktop Interface

      9:34
    • 2.5 Exploring the Power BI Service Interface

      10:04
    • 2.6 editing a PBIX File in the Power BI Service

      8:07
    • 2.7 Creating a PBIX File in the Power BI Service

      6:12
    • 2.8 Connecting to GitHub in the Power BI Service

      3:56
    • 2.9 Connecting to Google Analytics (Service and Desktop compared)

      6:30
    • 2.10 Updating Power BI Desktop

      1:46
    • 3.1 Connecting to CSV files

      8:54
    • 3.2 Connecting to Excel data

      7:01
    • 3.3 Connecting to a Folder of data

      7:48
    • 3.4 Connecting to a web URL

      5:49
    • 3.5 Connecting to web page content

      10:16
    • 3.6 Connecting to a Microsoft Access database

      9:10
    • 4.1 Trim, Clean and Case

      7:24
    • 4.2 Renaming and adding metadata

      9:37
    • 4.3 Splitting columns

      7:39
    • 4.4 Removing rows

      7:06
    • 4.5 Replace Values

      7:26
    • 4.7 Unpivot Columns

      8:24
    • 4.8 Rearranging columns

      6:05
    • 4.9 Creating custom columns

      8:41
    • 4.10 Append queries

      9:16
    • 4.11 Merge queries

      5:55
    • 4.12 Grouping data

      3:51
    • 5.1 Adding data to the data model

      6:38
    • 5.2 Examining the data model

      10:04
    • 5.3 Creating relationships automatically

      7:51
    • 5.4 Creating relationships manually

      11:49
    • 5.5 Creating a composite primary key

      7:15
    • 5.6 Creating a date table

      7:59
    • 5.7 Creating calculated columns

      8:25
    • 5.8 Creating measures

      8:16
    • 5.9 Using the SUMX function

      4:37
    • 5.10 Using RELATED and RELATEDTABLE

      10:34
    • 5.11 Creating a calculated table

      4:23
    • 6.1 Overview of report

      4:39
    • 6.2 Backgrounds, logos and images

      5:06
    • 6.3. Working with themes

      7:06
    • 6.4 The card big-picture visual

      10:16
    • 6.5 Using visual filters

      5:47
    • 6.6 Using the format painter

      3:06
    • 6.7 Gauges and targets

      5:08
    • 6.8 Creating bar charts

      5:54
    • 6.9 Editing visual interactions

      3:16
    • 6.10 Using slicers

      6:29
    • 6.11 Using the treemap visual

      7:44
    • 6.12 Creating a map visual

      7:15
    • 6.13 Date hierarchies and drill-down

      9:12
    • 6.14 Using time intelligence functions

      8:05
    • 7.1 Creating users in the Power BI service

      8:04
    • 7.2 Creating groups for collaboration

      9:26
    • 7.3 Creating groups for distribution

      6:40
    • 7.4 Dashboards and Q&A

      7:53
    • 7.5 Sharing dashboards with your organization

      4:13
    • 7.6 Creating content Packs

      4:39
    • 7.7 Publishing reports to the web

      3:46
    • 7.8 Row level security

      8:38

About This Class

Microsoft Power BI Introduction will show you how to create compelling visualisations and reports which provide deep insights into your data.

By the end of the course, you will be confident in using the three main components of Power BI:

  • Power BI Desktop
  • the Power BI Service
  • and Power BI Mobile Apps.

You will know how to connect to a wide variety of data sources, using both Power BI Desktop, and the Power BI Service.

You will be able to use the Query Editor to transform and morph data into the right format for your reporting purposes.

You will be able to perform complex data modelling operations using relationships, calculated columns, measures, and DAX expressions.

You will learn how to share dashboards and reports, with colleagues, business partners and potential clients.

And how to use Power BI’s sophisticated security features to control the exact content your audience is able to view.

In short, this Microsoft Power BI Introduction will equip you with all the skills you need, to start using Power BI with confidence.

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Grant Gamble is an experienced IT trainer, developer, consultant and author able to deliver a wide range of training courses. He has a vast experience of delivering public and on-site IT training content at different skill levels, to groups of varying sizes.

His UK company G Com Solutions Limited provide IT training courses and consultancy to a wide range of UK and international clients. His speciality is running week-long, intensive training workshops on topics like Microsoft Power BI, VBA, web development and Adobe Creative Suite automation.