Microsoft Project for the Web: Reporting with Power BI

Microsoft Project for the Web: Reporting with Power BI

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 39m | 341 MB

Create clearer, more visually compelling project reports using Power BI, the data visualization tool included with Office. In this course, John Riopel, PMP, gives project management professionals a crash course in Power BI, explaining how it can be used to create more robust project reports. John starts with the basics, explaining the main components of Power BI and showing you how to work with tables, filter the right data using slicers, and format a basic report. Next, John covers more intermediate features of Power BI, such as using samples and content packs, working with measures, and using conditional formatting. Finally, John explains how to work with advanced features, like creating and fine-tuning dashboards in Power BI, merging datasets, and adding custom visuals to your report.

Table of Contents

1 Microsoft Project for the web Reporting with Power BI
2 What you should know
3 Exercises

Getting Started
4 Determining licenses
5 Understanding Power BI terms
6 Working with the Project for the web Power BI template
7 Understanding the Dataverse
8 Modifying a query

Power BI Basics
9 Overview of Power BI visualizations
10 Working in tables
11 Creating slicers
12 Using formatting in Power BI
13 Finalize a basic report
14 Create a reusable connection

Power BI for Project for the Web Intermediate
15 Creating a parameter and staging tables
16 Building report tables
17 Working with measures
18 Creating calculated columns
19 Working with conditional formatting
20 Developing DAX expressions
21 Preparing a mobile view

Power BI for Project for the Web Advanced
22 Building a dashboard
23 Tuning reports
24 Adding custom visuals
25 Working with relationships
26 Merging data sets
27 Sharing and publishing reports
28 Working within Teams with Power BI
29 Refreshing reports and dashboards

30 Review and next steps