Learning Microsoft Power BI Lesson 4

Learning Microsoft Power BI Lesson 4Learning Microsoft Power BI Lesson 4 – Exploring Power BI Service

The post “Learning Microsoft Power BI Lesson 4” takes you through the over view and interacting with Power BI Service. We have created an account at Office 365 and using to log into Power BI Service:

Log into Power BI service: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/

Learning Microsoft Power BI Lesson 4 Exploring Power BI Service

We’ll explorer Power BI service with the Sample Datasets available:

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The moment you connect to the “Sales and Marketing” dataset, it connects to the sample dataset and creates a Dashboard and report with a set of visuals as shown in below:

Learning Microsoft Power BI Lesson 4

We can observe various things from below Screen:

  1. Hide / View Navigation Pane
  2. Available Workspaces
  3. Enter Full Screen Mode
  4. Viewing the report in Web view mode
  5. Viewing the report in Mobile view mode

Learning Microsoft Power BI Lesson 4

Let’s view the report in mobile mode:

Learning Microsoft Power BI Lesson 4

Power BI automatically creates Dashboard and Report using the sample datasets:

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From the default report created from sample dataset we’ll prepare a new dashboard by adding specific visuals from each page:

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Go back to My “Work Space” and from Dashboards we can see the newly created Dashboard

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Summary:

  • We have interacted with the Power BI Service interface
  • Connected to sample dataset and observed how reports and dashboards are created
  • Created “MyFirst_Dashboard” using the visuals / tiles from the existing report

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