Join Bill Kulterman for an in-depth discussion in this video What you need to know, part of SharePoint 365: Integrating with PowerBI.
- [Instructor] Hi, this course is intended for people who have experience with both Power BI and SharePoint. But whether you're a full fledged data analyst or a SharePoint administrator, or just somebody who wants to gain more insights into their business data and learn how to use it with SharePoint, this course is for you. And like I said, you're going to need to know Power BI pretty well. If you are not familiar with Power BI, I can recommend two courses in the library by Gini Courter for you. They're excellent courses and you learn a lot more about Power BI from watching those.
And you should have good basic knowledge of SharePoint as well so that you can get the most out of this course.
- Connecting to data in libraries, lists, services, and more
- Adding custom columns
- Editing queries
- Creating charts and other visualizations
- Combining data from multiple sources
- Managing relationships between data
- Publishing reports to Power BI services
- Embedding reports on SharePoint pages
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting to Know Power BI
2. Connect to Data in a SharePoint Library
3. Connect to Data in a SharePoint Online List
4. Connect to Data in SharePoint with Power BI Services
5. Connect to Data from Multiple Sources in SharePoint
6. Embed a Report on a SharePoint Page
Add a link to a page1m 21s
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