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Learn how you can easily search, access, and analyze data inside and outside of your organization in just a few clicks with Power BI—the business intelligence features that lie inside Microsoft Office. Author Gini Courter walks you through two toolsets: the self-service BI tools that only require Excel, and Power BI, which relies on Office 365. Using the Power Query, Power Pivot, Power Map, and Power View tools in Excel 2013, you'll learn to connect to local and remote data sources, model that data, and present your findings in the form of tables, charts, maps, and reports. Then Gini switches to Power BI to enhance and share the queries and reports you just created. As you'll soon find in the course of these tutorials, Microsoft's BI tools allow you to use the software you already know and love to analyze and share complex business data.
Welcome to Power BI Features in Depth. In this course we'll use two different Excel 2013 Tool Set. The four self-service BI Tools that only require Excel and the Power BI tools that work with Office 365. First, I'll show you how to use Excel 2013 and the free add ins Power Pivot, Power Query, Power View, and Power Map to connect to data sources online and on your computer, build data models that are powerful, and summarize, analyze and present your data in tables, charts, maps, and reports.
Then we'll switch to power BI and see how you can share those queries and reports that you've already created using the new Office 365 Power BI tools. If you're comfortable with Excel features like tables, charts, and pivot tables and are ready to do more with your data, then I designed this course for you. Let's get started.
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