Microsoft Power BI - A Complete Introduction [2022 EDITION]

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Learn how to use Microsoft's Power BI Tools, including Power BI Desktop, Power BI Pro (Service) and PowerBI Developer

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Manuel Lorenz


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r/PowerBI • comment
7 points • A-Bone

Power Query can clean up most things.

Watch some videos and read about it.. it is fairly easy to use.

I have no affiliation with Udemy, but there is an intro to Power BI course that I found very helpful when I was starting out with Power BI. I highly recommend taking the time to go through the entire course because there are a ton of things you pick up on the way that will help you in the long term. It is on-demand, so you can go at your own pace and the videos are super handy because you are shown exactly what he is doing.

r/Superstonk • comment
5 points • somuchofnotenough

There are great many free guides and free trials to get started. I know there are a lot of good material at (like this one which will cost you a few bucks, but have like everything from explaining the concept, installing software to sample data and course work. Just search business intelligence. There are also very good free one over at youtube, the biggest ones are Power BI and Qlik. If you know how to code and some SQL, it will come pretty naturally for you I think. I would say that if you are serious and are going to put in a weekend of coding and learning the paid ones with 10 - 20 hours of content is usually well worth it.

r/PowerBI • comment
1 points • Staffchild101

There is one on Udemy called Microsoft Power BI - A Complete Introduction. I like it because it does take the time to go into structuring data.

r/PowerBI • comment
0 points • bobroberts30

I got started from a udemy course this year.

Found it got the basics down pretty well. They seem to run a lot of offers. Got mine for £12 from what I recall. I likes the instructors style, worked for me.

Just moving onto my 3rd dashboard tomorrow. Training up for the MS certification. All going ok so far!

Good luck in any case?

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1 points • mreddappa

Instead of maven analytics I would go with the below one for a ln organized and understandable approachm this might cost you around 5-10$ but they are very good.

Then follow up with

These two courses helped me a lot in learning PBI. Hope they will help you too.

r/PowerBI • comment
1 points • powerbi_guy

This course by udemy is the 2022 version, so maybe it looks like you're just checking out the older version?

Other people will likely have better info to the best courses, as it is something I haven't looked into in some time.

Here is a list of courses that I found, which may help you. :)