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Julius Kondratyev
Julius Kondratyev

Microsoft Power BI

Power Pivot can be simple to use and fast to execute. It also can create powerful and complex calculations, indicators, and formulas. Take a look at the following links to get oriented to the many things you can do with Power Pivot.

Microsoft Power BI

Microsoft Purview is a unified data governance service that enables organizations to easily create a holistic, up-to-date map of their data landscape across on-premises, software as a service (SaaS), and multi-cloud sources, with automated data discovery. With Power BI integrations, data consumers are empowered to find valuable, trustworthy, sensitive data, and provide end-to-end data lineage for analytics users to build and trace key business metrics to the origins of the data.

At its Build developers conference, Microsoft unveiled its first features in a customer product powered by GPT-3, the powerful natural language model developed by OpenAI, which will help users build apps without needing to know how to write computer code or formulas.

OpenAI released an Azure-powered API last year that allows developers to explore GPT-3 capabilities. Since then, people have used it to do everything from writing poetry and tweets to generating articles, summarizing emails, answering trivia questions and generating computer code from plain language.

Data modeling empowers organizations to visualize their business processes by analyzing, understanding, and clarifying data requirements. Tune into this series to learn how to harness Power BI to create useful data models that will help you define and organize your business processes.Episode 1 - Data Modeling 101: Increasing the Impact of Power BI

Microsoft Power BI is a prime example of Redmond's stellar offerings in the self-service business intelligence (BI) space. When a platform is this strong, however, the product must match expectations, and Microsoft Power BI does exactly that. Microsoft Power BI does a fantastic job of combining power analytics with a user-friendly user interface (UI) and remarkable data visualization capabilities. Customers have the choice between a limited free version or the Professional version (which begins at $9.99 per user per month). The free service is designed for individual users and offers just 1 gigabyte (GB) of storage along with daily refresh cycles. Enterprises will want to go with the Professional version, which has more data storage (10 GB), faster data fresh cycles (hourly), streaming data consumption (1 million rows per hour compared to the 10,000 rows per hour offered in the free tier), and collaboration features. It's one of the best BI tools on the market and is one of our three Editors' Choice recipients, along with IBM Watson Analytics and Tableau Desktop.

Complex queries can be performed, too, as can joining data sets and other tasks highly experienced data and business analysts are likely to do. Buttons to manage relationships and to produce solution templates(Opens in a new window) ease and speed those tasks, too. I especially appreciated the template for tracking sentiment in Twitter data so I didn't have to build that from scratch. All told, it's a powerful and beautifully elegant tool that makes the work nearly effortless, especially when compared to more complex competitors, such as Chartio (Visit Site at Chartio)(Opens in a new window) .

Business Intelligence is rapidly growing especially in a post-Covid world that calls for streamlined workflows, better collaboration, and automation. As AI technology evolves, business intelligence platforms will become more powerful, thereby giving enterprises the power to do more with data. Because of this, Power BI and business intelligence analysts are in high demand.

Microsoft Power BI is a data analytics and visualization tool powerful enough for the most demanding data scientists, but accessible enough for everyday use for anyone who needs to get more from data. The market has many books designed to train and equip professional data analysts to use Power BI, but few of them make this tool accessible to anyone who wants to get up to speed on their own.


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