Power BI ETL Training
Power BI ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) is the process of getting data from various sources, cleaning and transforming it, and loading it into Power BI. This training covers topics such as data cleansing, transformation, and modeling. Participants will learn how to connect to various data sources, use Power Query to transform data, and create data models for analysis.
Extracting data from various sources
Power BI ETL Training teaches participants how to extract data from various sources such as Excel, SharePoint, databases, or web services. It also covers the process of importing data from files such as CSV, XML, and JSON.
Cleaning and transforming data
Power BI ETL Training covers the process of cleaning and transforming data, which is a crucial step in the ETL process. Participants will learn how to use Power Query to remove irrelevant data, filter rows, and merge tables. The course also covers the use of data profiling to identify and fix errors in data.
Power BI ETL Training covers the data modeling process, which is an essential step in creating a data model for analysis. Participants will learn how to create relationships between tables, create hierarchies, and define measures. The course also covers the creation of calculated columns and the use of DAX functions to perform complex calculations.
Connecting to various data sources
Power BI ETL Training teaches participants how to connect to various data sources, such as databases, web services, and files. Participants will learn how to connect to data sources using Power Query, and how to import data into Power BI. The course also covers how to use the Common Data Service connector to connect to data stored in the cloud.
Data transformation using Power Query
Power Query is a powerful tool for data transformation in Power BI. Power BI ETL Training covers the basics of Power Query, including how to merge and append data, filter rows, and split columns. Participants will also learn how to use the Query Editor to transform data using custom functions.
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