- Basic Reporting
- Fundamental Excel Knowledge is an added advantage
- Knowledge of Excel Pivot Tables is an added advantage
Many students who have taken this course have found it detailed and easy to understand.
Complex concepts are described in simplified manner to make the learners’ journey easier.
And not just that, the facilitator will be on ground, supporting any participant with challenges working with Power BI afterwards.
This course covers the essentials of Power BI Desktop including:
- Data Preparation
- Data Modeling
- Data Visualization
In the Data Preparation section, I explained the rules for clean data structure. I also show how to connect Power BI to a system Folder, an approach that eases data updates for reports.
The Data Modeling section shows how you can eliminate redundant data from a large data set by separating the tables into Fact and Dimension Tables. You will see how to do this from scratch using a methodical approach.
In the Data Visualization section, I have included a write up that will guide you in ensuring that you always select the right kind of charts for your reporting and dashboards
Although, I have created a separate dedicated course for more in-depth explanations on DAX, the DAX content here is an excellent place to start your DAX Knowledge.
Enjoy the course!
Who this course is for:
- Power BI Beginners
- Interested in Data Analysis
- Looking to earn the Power BI Certification
- Business Intelligence enthusiasts
- Data Science enthusiasts