Curbal shows you 5 tricks that you should know when working in Power BI in this video.
In this video, Chris Seferlis discusses stage one of the Modern Data Warehouse Process: Data Ingestion.
- Azure Data Factory – https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/data-factory/
- Azure Databricks – https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/databricks/
- Azure HDInsight – https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/hdinsight/
- Azure Synapse – https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/synapse-analytics/
- Azure Data Box – https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/databox/
- Event Hubs – https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/event-hubs/
- Kafka on HDInsight – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/hdinsight/kafka/apache-kafka-introduction
- IoT Hub – https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/iot-hub/
In todays video Curbal shows you how to recreate the financial times graph in power bi where they compare the spread of confirmed cases after the countries hit their first 100 cases.
Learn how to do the calculation using DAX and will plot the graph in Power BI.
Chris Seferlis will be publishing on the modern data warehouse in Azure.
Here he starts with an overview of the stages of a data warehouse and the implications of ELT vs ETL as we move from sources, ingestion, storage, transformation, staging and presentation.
In this session, learn how to use the Blockchain Developer extension for VS Code to connect your smart contract events to a streaming data set for Power BI
For more information head over to: https://aka.ms/bcvscode
In this video, Adam Saxton shows off how you can use the Power BI REST API without writing any code. Then he takes it to the next level with PowerShell.
The February 2019 update for Power BI Desktop has a preview of the new Key Influencers visual, which lets you perform key drivers analysis over your data with just a few clicks. There are also some major updates for Q&A with the addition of auto-generated questions and the ability to ask Insights related questions. And, much more!
Guy in a Cube has a great roundup post on PowerBI slicers, DataFlows, and more.
Adam Saxton from Guy in a Cube talka about 5 things you might not know about Power BI. These are little things that are great for folks just starting out with Power BI, or maybe you’ve used Power BI for a while and just didn’t know about these little things.
In this Happy New Year video from Power BI Desktop, the team goes through their favorite features added in 2018.