Effectively collaborating on data analysis can be a challenge for most organizations. Learn how Power BI desktop sharing options makes it easy.
- [Instructor] Data workflow integration is what I call…the third wave of data-driven marketing.…It's the point at which you have…truly operationalized your data.…A big part of this step is being able to share…and collaborate with that data…effectively with your colleagues.…Power BI gives us the ability to share…and collaborate on our analysis.…In this video, let's have a look at how we can share…your work directly from the Power BI desktop.…So the first thing we're going to do…is create a visual that we can save and share.…
Really to bring things full circle,…let's open up our brand lift for reception data.…I'm going to click on Get Data, Text/CSV,…and I'm going to open up 0102 brand.csv.…Its going to load that in.…Now I'm just going to go ahead and select count…and intent from the fields area.…And let's go ahead and apply our bar chart,…visualizations, it's the one right here.…And then what we might want to do as well is, you know,…often you'll want to have a few different visuals.…
They're just to illustrate that point.…
- Explain how to use a line chart to visualize brand lift for your markets.
- Recognize the importance of modeling data when creating a visualization for campaign traction.
- Recall the benefits of a stacked bar chart when analyzing conversion rates for lead generation efforts.
- Determine how to increase the number of buckets that display data in a histogram chart.
- Identify the benefits of a slicer.