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Microsoft Power BI – Business Intelligence for Beginners

Microsoft Power BI - Business Intelligence for Beginners

Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz
Language: English | VTT | Size: 19.7 GB | Duration: 31.5 hours

Learn to use the easiest Business Intelligence tool to create stunning reports and dashboards.

What you'll learn

learn how you can visualize that data in a meaningful way to revile insights into your business like never before.

learn how, with Power BI, to connect to multiple sources of data like SQL Server, Excel, CSV, JSON, XML, Web and SQL Analysis Services etc....

learn how to, with the power of basic DAX, create powerful calculations and comparisons across multiples tables of data.

Learn how to create advanced DAX measures and calculated columns for complex calculations.

Learn Dataflows (new CDM base, Azure Lake gen2), what it is and how to use and configure databases in it.

Learn how to use charts using visuals like column, line, pie, combo, Scatter, Treemap, Funnel, Gauges and KPIs to name a few.

Easily clean the messy data, model your data as per your requirement and format your report to make it look beautiful and professional.

Learn to create powerful tables and matrix of reporting data.

Learn how to use Text Boxes, Shapes, Images, maps, and other visuals.

Learn how to turn data into insight and data into interactive visualizations to tell a story.

Learn how to use advanced features like Report page tooltips and Bookmarks.

Learn to use Custom Visualizations and Themes in Power BI.

Learn and develop data modeling skills.

Learn how to automate the cleansing of data.

Learn how to collaboration and sharing of content on Microsoft's Powerful platform.

This hands on course will prepare you to start your data analytics career.

Learn Dashboard-in-a-day at your own pace at home or at your office.

Learn Power BI Best Practices, Tip and Tricks.


Absolutely no experience is required. We will start from the basics and gradually build up your knowledge with clear and concise step by step instructions

No prior knowledge needed, covers Power BI end to end, while providing a wealth of practical tips for those that already know Power BI.

Power BI requires that you use a work or school email address to sign up. You can't sign up using email addresses provided by consumer email services or telecommunication providers. This includes outlook, hotmail, gmail, yahoo and others.


Learn to create stunning Dashboards and Reports using Microsoft's free Business Intelligence / Analytics tool, Power BI.

Do you want to build professional-quality Business Intelligence Reports from the ground up ? Do you want to blend and transform raw data into beautiful Interactive Dashboards ? Do you want to learn design and implement the same B.I. tools used by professional analysts and data scientists ? Do you want to understand the Business Intelligence workflow from end-to-end.

Then Microsoft Power BI is the right tool for you and this comprehensive course will teach you everything you need to know to use Power BI.

This hands on (Bner to Intermediate) course will prepare you to start your data analytics career and also will prepare you to Successfully implement Power BI in your organization. Absolutely no experience is required. 25+ hours of HD videos of building 18 interactive Business Intelligence Reports and Dashboards (real-world examples) from scratch to finish. Files for Start and Finished projects also included to challenge you so you can learn by immediately applying what you're learning . You will have gained the knowledge and confidence to apply these same concepts to real-word to solve the Business problems or Business requirements.

By the you complete this course, You'll be a highly proficient Power BI user. You'll be fully prepared to collect, clean, model and present data for any purpose. You will be using your skills as a Business Intelligence Professional to extract knowledge from data so you can analyze and visualize complex Business Problems/Requirements with ease.

Why should you consider a career as a Business Data Analyst?

Salary. A Business Data Analyst is a well-paid career

Stable Career. As most corporations gathering more and more data. There will never be shortage of Jobs for Business Data Analyst.

Advancement in Career : Since you will be building different reports for different departments. You will never be bored and always be valued. Which will bring you more opportunities in your career. Business Data Analyst get very visibility in corporations. Whole management depends on them.

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Course Curriculum:

Section 1: Business intelligence -

Introduction to Power BI

Business Analysis - Course Introduction

Thank you for enrolling - Must watch

Dashboard-in-a-day & Power BI Best Practices Introduction

Power Bi Introduction - 0

Power Bi Introduction - 1

Power Bi Introduction - 2

Why Microsoft Power BI

Power BI Family

Power BI Desktop

Power BI Service 1

Power BI Service 2

Descriptive-Predictive-Prescriptive Analytics

IT Challenges 0

IT Challenges 1

How to take the quizzes

Section 2: Data Analysis and Business Intelligence - Collect , Injest and Import Data

Data files first

Import data from CSV files

Import data from Excel files

Import data from Web 1

Import data from Web 2

Import Real- Streaming Data

and Install SQL Server Express

and Install Sample Databases

Import data from SQL Server

Import data from OData feed REST-API

Import Data from Folder

Dataflows - Introduction

Dataflows - Create Gateway from Scratch

Dataflows - Create Entities from CSV file

Dataflows - Create Entities Using SQL Server

Section 3: Prep, Clean and Shape Data

resources for this section.

Remove Rows

Remove Columns

Make first row as headers

How to create calculate columns

How to remove duplicates, Unpivot columns and split columns

Change Data type, Replace Values and Rearrange the columns

Append Queries

Merge Queries

Section 4: Power BI Visuals

resources for this section.

Visuals Intro

Visuals-Bar Charts

Visuals-Line Charts

Visuals-Pie Chart

Stacked bar Chart

Clustered Column Chart

Visuals-Area Chart and Analytics Tab Explained-0

Visuals-Area Chart and Analytics Tab Explained-1

Visuals-Combo Chart

Visuals-Scatter Chart

Visuals-Treemap Chart

Visuals-funnel Chart

Visuals-Card and Multi-Row Card

Visuals-Gauge Card




Visuals-Text boxes - Shapes - Images



Custom Visuals - Word Cloud

Visualization interactions

Section 5: Data Modeling

Our First Report-0

Our First Report-1

Our First Report-2

Our First Report-3

Publishing and Sharing your first report

Theme file

Modeling Basics-0

Modeling Basics-1

Modeling Basics-2

Modeling and Relationships-0

Modeling and Relationships-1

Other ways to create Relationship

Normalization - Denormalization-0

Normalization - Denormalization-1


Star Schema vs Snowflake Schema-0

Star Schema vs Snowflake Schema-1

Section 6: Introduction to DAX

DAX101 - Importing Data for Dax Learning

DAX101 - Resources for Dax Learning

DAX101 - What is Dax

DAX101 - Dax Data Types

DAX101 - Dax Operators and Syntax

DAX101 - M vs Dax

DAX101 - Create a Column

DAX101 - Rules to Create Measures

DAX101 - Calculated Columns vs Calculated Measures-0

DAX101 - Calculated Columns vs Calculated Measures-1

DAX101 - Sum








DAX101 - ALL

DAX101 - Intelligence - Create Date Table in M (important)

DAX101 - Intelligence - Create Date Table in DAX-0

DAX101 - Intelligence - Create Date Table in DAX-1

DAX101 - Intelligence - PREVIOUSMONTH


DAX101 - Intelligence - TOTALYTD

DAX101 - Display Last Refresh Date

DAX101 - Intelligence - DATEADD

DAX101 - Quick Measures

Section 7: Hands-on Real-world Projects

Delicious Pizza

American Bank

Financial Report

Productivity in 2017


Tough Sport by Skill

Natural Disasters

Terrorism in World

Procurement-spend Analysis

Products Analysis

Regional Analysis

IT Tickets Analysis

Human Resources 1

Human Resources 2

Human Resources 3

Financial Data Report

Sales Analysis

Bank Report

Section 8: Personal - Enterprise Gateway

On-Premises Gateway

Personal vs Enterprise Gateway

Install and Configure Personal Gateway

Install and Configure Enterprise Gateway

Manage SQL Server Data Source thru Enterprise Gateway

Section 9: Power BI Service and Dashboards

PowerBI Reports

PowerBI Workspaces

PowerBI Datasets

What are Dashboards

How to create Workspace and Publish Report

Create dashboards 6 different ways-0

Create dashboards 6 different ways-1

Favorite dashboards, reports, and apps in Power BI

Subscribe to a Report or Dashboard

Rename Workspace or Report or Dashboard

Display Reports or Dashboards in Full screen mode

Delete Reports or Dashboards

Dashboard Menus

Quick Insights

Setting up Alerts on Cards

Q-A in Power BI

Analyze in Excel

File and View Options

Printing Dashboard and Reports

Row level security

Access Reports Dashboards using Mobile Devices

Report page tooltip-0

Report page tooltip-1

Filter- Page-Report-Visualization level-0

Filter- Page-Report-Visualization level-1

Section 10: Sharing and Collaboration

Sharing and Collaboration

Sharing Dashboard

Sharing Workspaces

Sharing App

Publish To Web

Section 11: Bonus Lectures


Power BI : Best Practices, Tips and Tricks 0

Power BI : Best Practices, Tips and Tricks 1

Power BI : Best Practices, Tips and Tricks 2

Power BI : Best Practices, Tips and Tricks 3

Power BI : Best Practices, Tips and Tricks 4

Power BI : Best Practices, Tips and Tricks 5

Dashboard-in-a-day : Material link

Dashboard-in-a-day : Introduction

Dashboard-in-a-day : Accessing Data

Dashboard-in-a-day : Data Preparation 0

Dashboard-in-a-day : Data Preparation 1

Dashboard-in-a-day : Data modeling and Exploration 0

Dashboard-in-a-day : Data modeling and Exploration 1

Dashboard-in-a-day : Data modeling and Exploration 2

Dashboard-in-a-day : Data modeling and Exploration 3

Dashboard-in-a-day : Data modeling and Exploration 4

Dashboard-in-a-day : Data Visualizations 0

Dashboard-in-a-day : Data Visualizations 1

Dashboard-in-a-day : Publishing Report

Dashboard-in-a-day : Creating Dashboards 0

Dashboard-in-a-day : Creating Dashboards 1

Dashboard-in-a-day : 6 ways to create Dashboards 0

Dashboard-in-a-day : 6 ways to create Dashboards 1

Who this course is for:

Anyone looking to get a job and prepare to start data analytics career.

Entrepreneurs/CEO/Founders looking to master the Data Analysis process.

Students learning in the field of Data.

Data scientists.

Newbies who are looking to enhance their skill sets in the field of Business Analysis.

Business Analyst and aspiring Business Analyst.

Business Analyst in charge of automation efforts

Enthusiastic quality professionals who are NEW to the Business Analysis and want to take their skills to the next level.

Business Analyst who want to advance their skill set.

Anyone wanting to transition into Business Analyst.


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