Power BI: 4 in 1




Power BI: 4 in 1- Beginner’s Guide+ Tips and Tricks+ Simple and Effective Strategies to learn Power Bi and Power Query+ An Advanced Guide to Learn the Advanced Realms of Power BI

by Daniel Jones

  • Length: 497 pages
  • Edition: 1
  • Language: English
  • Publication Date: 2021-03-09

Power BI is the most powerful analysis tool on the market. With it, you can make quick analyses and reports, from the simplest to the most complex. By mastering Power BI, you can become an expert in the industry by creating interactive dashboards automatically, without having to do repetitive and manual work in Excel.

Thanks to Power BI, Excel can also analyze and prepare large amounts of data. With this book, you get everything you need for everyday work: comprehensive and understandable explanations based on clear, practical scenarios. I will show you how to handle raw data from different data sources and how to clean, link, analyze and visualize them. You will find out how you can efficiently combine Functions with Power Query, Power Pivot, Power BI Desktop, and how to use business intelligence profitably for your company!

It is aimed at any professional who needs to report and perform data analysis efficiently. You do not need to have an analyst position in your work portfolio. Even if you already have experience with Power BI, you are sure to get important resources out of this book.

As I mentioned above, in this book, you will learn the data analysis process using Power BI Functions and Tools, from how to install and how to schedule automatic updating of your reports to perform analytics.

As with every new skill, learning Power BI requires some effort. I have structured the book in such a way that you can master and apply everything in the book in a systemic way.

Once complete, you’ll be able to use this knowledge in your company and reap the results of high-quality reports, thus ensuring recognition and safety in your field.

You will learn how to use the Power BI desktop to bring data in from various sources. You will learn how to create reports and publish them. You will learn how R scripts, parameters, and the Power Query M Formula language fit into Power BI. You will also learn how to use SQL Server data and SQL Server audit data to push your reports and visualizations to another level.

Here’s what you will learn:
A brief introduction to Power BI
A brief look at the Power BI building blocks
How to use Power BI Desktop
How to use Power BI Reports
What High-Density Line Sampling is
How to connect with Data in Power BI
What Real-Time Streaming is
How to Push Data in Datasets
How to use Excel to Publish Into Power BI
Working with R Scripts
Working with Parameters
Working with SQL Server Data
Working with the Power Query M Formula Language
How to Visualize SQL Server Audit Data
And much more

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