Power BI and Data Modelling

Microsoft Power BI can be used to create data models based on multiple data sources. Relationships in Power BI define how data sources connect to each other.

 

Using DAX (data analysis expression), which is the function language used in Power BI and other data visualisation tools, you can analyse data effectively to answer business questions, calculate trends, and much more.

 

You can use Power BI visualisation tools to produce interactive reports, which can be published online and consumed via mobile devices.

 

The fact remains, to get the most out of Power BI, it’s important to understand data analysis, data visualisation and data modelling processes. Our Power BI training courses teach you how to connect to various data sources, create data models, write your own analytical expressions using DAX, produce insightful visual reports and publish them online.

 

We also cover the basics of Power Query, teaching you major principles of data cleansing and preparation.

 

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These courses are designed for people who want to learn how to create their own Power BI data models and reports, and who would like to enhance their DAX skills and knowledge. We provide a separate Power BI data visualisation course which you can read about here.

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