Primary Power BI Components
Working with Data
Creating and Sharing Dashboards
Power BI has changed the BI landscape forever, enabling BI professionals and regular Excel users alike to work with big data and build insightful dashboards.
Learn to use this powerful business intelligence solution from the ground up. Navigate the intuitive user interface and explore the ecosystem of data modeling tools. Discover outside-the-box visualizations and broadcast your insights to colleagues in the Power BI Service. This course gives you a solid foundation to begin your Power BI journey.
On completing this course, learners will be able to:
- Identify the primary components of the Power BI interface: reports, data, and model views
- Import Excel data and build basic visuals
- Publish a desktop report to the Power BI Service
- Identify common challenges in Power BI data models, implement smart solutions, and avoid common mistakes
- Business professionals whose job requires them to design, build, or deliver business intelligence metrics
- Anyone preparing to take the Microsoft PL-900 exam
A desire to learn to use Power BI
Well done. You've learned how to navigate the primary components of Power BI. We have brought in and massaged data, related various different data sources, and built some stunning visuals and meaningful reports. We have published those reports to the Power BI service, where we have crafted dashboards, and broadcast these business insights to others in our organization. Thank you for joining me in discovery. You have begun a powerful journey.
Chelsea Dohemann is a Senior Technical Trainer and Microsoft Certified Master with almost a decade of experience in technology training. She has taught an array of applications from Microsoft products including Office 365 web apps, Microsoft Office Suite, Power BI, VBA for Excel, and SharePoint to Adobe Acrobat Pro and Creative Cloud. Being a persistent learner herself, Chelsea is acutely in-tune with the challenges of learning. She presents her topics in plain language, with real-world examples, reducing complex concepts down to their simple parts.