R For Power BI Users - Part 1
Amplify your Power BI visualizations with R's comprehensive statistical analysis and graphics language
An outline of this training course
Power BI in itself is a great tool for analysis and visualization. However, it still has its limitations, which can be supplemented by other tools that can be integrated into it. One of these tools is R.
R as a programming language provides for an in-depth statistical computing and advanced data visualization. These functionalities, when combined with Power BI, can significantly enhance your data analysis and reporting visuals.
In this basic course on R, George Mount will guide you on the step-by-step process on how to integrate R in Power BI and use its functions appropriately to complement Power BI.
Prerequisites to the course: familiarity with variable types, descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, no prior coding knowledge assumed
What you get with the course
• Five resource pack
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- Over ten years of analytics experience ranging from retail to healthcare.
- Author of the O'Reilly book Advancing into Analytics: From Excel to Python and R
- Manages a popular data analytics blog at [Stringfest Analytics](http://stringfestanalytics.com/blog/)
- Focuses on statistical programming and general analytics literacy
StartFundamentals of R Programming - Resource Pack
StartWorking with objects (5:13)
StartObject classes (5:23)
StartWorking with vectors (5:05)
StartWorking with data frames (6:39)
StartWorking with factors (5:09)
StartWorking with packages (12:17)
StartLocating helpful packages (5:45)
StartColumn operations in dplyr (10:24)
StartRow operations in dplyr (10:11)
StartPipe operations in dplyr (7:30)
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Passionate about empowering users of Power BI
"My goal is to teach others that you have almost unlimited analytical power when harnessing all the features in Power BI.
Through training across a number of different mediums, I've reached over 100,000 Power BI users, showing them a range of tips and tricks in Power BI development.
I'm a true believer that Power BI is the future of analysis and know individuals with the right training can now create advanced analytics in a scalable way that can have a real impact in the way insights are found and consumed within organisations."
Sam McKay, CFA - Founder & CEO, Enterprise DNA