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Data Analysis with Microsoft Power BI https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/126045861X.jpeg 1 2020 9781260458619 Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Explore, create, and manage highly interactive data visualizations using Microsoft Power BI Extract meaningful business insights from your disparate enterprise data using the detailed information contained in this practical guide. Written by a recognized BI expert and bestselling author, Data Analysis with Microsoft Power BI teaches you the skills you need to interact with, author, and maintain robust visualizations and custom data models. Hands-on exercises based on real-life business scenarios clearly demonstrate each technique. Publishing your results to the Power BI Service (PowerBI.com) and Power BI Report Server are also fully covered. Inside, you will discover how to: • Understand Business Intelligence and self-service analytics • Explore the tools and features of Microsoft Power BI • Create and format effective data visualizations • Incorporate advanced interactivity and custom graphics • Build and populate accurate data models • Transform data using the Power BI Query Editor • Work with measures, calculated columns, and tabular models • Write powerful DAX language scripts • Share content on the PowerBI Service (PowerBI.com) • Store your visualizations on the Power BI Report Server
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Data Analysis with Microsoft Power BI
Data Analysis with Microsoft Power BI

Data Analysis with Microsoft Power BI, 1st Edition

ISBN10: 126045861X | ISBN13: 9781260458619
By Brian Larson
© 2020

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Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Explore, create, and manage highly interactive data visualizations using Microsoft Power BI Extract meaningful business insights from your disparate enterprise data using the detailed information contained in this practical guide. Written by a recognized BI expert and bestselling author, Data Analysis with Microsoft Power BI teaches you the skills you need to interact with, author, and maintain robust visualizations and custom data models. Hands-on exercises based on real-life business scenarios clearly demonstrate each technique. Publishing your results to the Power BI Service (PowerBI.com) and Power BI Report Server are also fully covered. Inside, you will discover how to: • Understand Business Intelligence and self-service analytics • Explore the tools and features of Microsoft Power BI • Create and format effective data visualizations • Incorporate advanced interactivity and custom graphics • Build and populate accurate data models • Transform data using the Power BI Query Editor • Work with measures, calculated columns, and tabular models • Write powerful DAX language scripts • Share content on the PowerBI Service (PowerBI.com) • Store your visualizations on the Power BI Report Server

PART 1:Understanding Business Intelligence and Power BI
Chapter 1: Using this Book
Chapter 2: Successful Self-Service Analytics

PART 2: Interacting with Power BI
Chapter 3: Power BI Architecture
Chapter 4: Using Power BI Visualizations
Chapter 5: Using the Power BI Service (PowerBI.com)

PART 3: Creating Visualizations
Chapter 6: Basic Data Visualization
Chapter 7: Visualization Formatting
Chapter 8: Controlling interactivity Features and Publishing

PART 4: Building Data Models
Chapter 9: Loading Data with Power BI
Chapter 10: Power BI Transformations Reference
Chapter 11: Creating a Tabular Model in Power BI
Chapter 12: Measures and Calculated Columns
Chapter 13: DAX Function Reference
Chapter 14: Additional Model Features

PART 5: Sharing Content
Chapter 15: Publishing to the Power BI Service (PowerBI.com)
Chapter 16: Saving to the Power BI Report Server

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About the Author

Brian Larson

Brian Larson (Arden Hills, MN) served as a contract member of the Reporting Services development team and contributed to the code base. He has contributed to SQL Server Magazine and is the Chief of Technology for Superior Consulting Services. With over 18 years of experience in the computer industry, and 14 years as a software development consultant, Brian is an MCSD as well as an MCDBA, and has authored and delivered training curriculum for SQL Server 2000 and C#.NET as well as numerous custom applications.

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