E-DAB 00: Introduction to Excel Data Analysis & Business Intelligence Class: E-DAB YouTube Class!

Link to full class Playlist at YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrRPvpgDmw0lPPRiJO5dCUratRGpGx3aT
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This video is a short introduction to the : Data Analysis & Business Intelligence Made Easy with Excel Power Tools – Excel Data Analysis Basics = E-DAB Class – Sponsored by YouTube and taught by Mike Girvin, Highline College Instructor, Microsoft Excel MVP and founder of the excelisfun channel at YouTube. This is a free educational resource for people how want to learn about the Basics of Data Analysis and Business Intelligence using Microsoft Power Tools such as, PivotTables, Power Query, Power Pivot, Power BI Desktop and more.

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Introduction to People & Canvas Web Sites for Highline College BI 348 Class

This is an introduction to Highline College’s BI 348 class for matriculating students who are enrolled in the Global Trade & Logistics Program. This class is taught by Michael Girvin (Mike excelisfun Girvin) a Highline College Instructor and Microsoft Excel MVP since 2013.

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Excel Geography Data Type Improvements You Need to Know – 2276

Improvements have been made to the Geography data types in Excel. This video shows how Excel will detect if you are entering geography and encourage you to try out the geography data types. Improvements to the data card allow you to add new columns directly from the card. Also – an explanation of how other cells in the column will help Excel to determine which city you mean.

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Interesting: Wildcards in Excel VLOOKUP or SUMIFS – 2277

A question from my Minneapolis seminar: How can you do a VLOOKUP for Apple when then matching text has characters both before and after Apple? It turns out that VLOOKUP can accept a wildcard or a pair of wild cards and this is easier than you would think. The same concept can be used with SUMIFS to find the total of all records that contain Apple anywhere in the text.

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E-DAB-10: Excel & Power BI Together! Import, Publish and Share (Excel Data Analysis & BI Basics)

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This video is an introduction to use Excel and Power BI Desktop and Power BI Online together. Learn how to import Excel Data Models into a Power BI Desktop File. Learn how to Publish Power BI Desktop and Excel Files to Power BI Online (powerbi.com). Learn how to share your reports and dashboards with others on any device using Power BI Online (powerbi.com).
This class : Data Analysis & Business Intelligence Made Easy with Excel Power Tools – Excel Data Analysis Basics = E-DAB Class – Sponsored by YouTube and taught by Mike Girvin, Highline College Instructor, Microsoft Excel MVP and founder of the excelisfun channel at YouTube. This is a free educational resource for people how want to learn about the Basics of Data Analysis and Business Intelligence using Microsoft Power Tools such as, PivotTables, Power Query, Power Pivot, Power BI Desktop and more.
Topics:
1. (00:12) Introduction and Overview of Goals of Video
2. (01:09) Download Files
3. (01:51) Send Excel Power Pivot Data Model & Power Queries to Power BI Desktop
4. (04:28) Create Power BI Visualizations based on Excel Data Model
5. (05:13) Sign in to powerbi.com :
6. (05:50) Create Workspace at powerbi.com
7. (06:33) Publish Power BI Desktop Report (Power BI File “.pbix”) to powerbi.com
8. (07:14) Share Report with others that they can view on any device
9. (08:10) Publish Excel file to Workspace (Worksheet Reports and Data Model)
10. (09:48) Dashboards, Reports, Excel Workbooks, Data Sets
11. (10:09) Create Power BI Report based on Excel Data Set
12. (11:26) Create Power BI Online (powerbi.com) Dashboard
13. (13:07) Summary
14. (13:47) You have completed E-DAB Class!!!!! MSPTDA is next class!

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4 Easy Steps to Improving Excel as an Office Insider – 2275

I’ve been doing it wrong! If you want to report a bug to Microsoft in order to improve Excel, there are four easy steps to elevating your “Send a Frown” to Microsoft. Follow these steps to ensure they reach a real human who can fix the bug.
Leave a comment below before March 31 to have a chance to win an Office Insider vintage distressed ball cap.

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E-DAB 09: Power BI Desktop: Data Modeling & Interactive Visualizations (Data Analysis & BI Basics)

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How to get Free Power BI Desktop:
i. Microsoft Download Page: https://ift.tt/1IP49OT
1. When you want to update each month, you have to re-download and re-install.
ii. Microsoft Windows Store: https://ift.tt/1T1D80M
1. This download will automatically update each month.

This video is an introduction to Data Modeling and Visualization in Power BI Desktop. Learn how to use Power Query to import Excel Files from a Folder. Learn how to build DAX Formulas. Lean how to create an entire Data Model and then build Data Model Visualizations.
This class : Data Analysis & Business Intelligence Made Easy with Excel Power Tools – Excel Data Analysis Basics = E-DAB Class – Sponsored by YouTube and taught by Mike Girvin, Highline College Instructor, Microsoft Excel MVP and founder of the excelisfun channel at YouTube. This is a free educational resource for people how want to learn about the Basics of Data Analysis and Business Intelligence using Microsoft Power Tools such as, PivotTables, Power Query, Power Pivot, Power BI Desktop and more.
Topics:
1. (00:15) Introduction to Power BI and Interactive Visuals
2. (01:14) Download Files
3. (01:56) Overview of Power BI project
4. (02:38) Excel PowerPivot or Power BI Desktop?
5. (04:20) Power BI History
6. (04:51) Different Versions of Power BI
7. (06:33) Download Free Power BI
8. (07:07) Open Blank File and name “.pbix” file.
9. (07:39) First Look at Power BI Desktop User Interface.
10. (08:45) Import Data into Power BI Desktop. Import many Excel files from a folder. Use Excel.Workbook Function.
11. (15:21) Import Dimension tables from single Excel Workbook.
12. (15:57) Create Relationships between Dimension & Fact Tables
13. (16:11) Create Date Table with DAX Formulas. See the DAX Functions: CALENDAR, MIN, YEAR, DATE, MAX,
14. (21:30) Create DAX Measures for Total Revenue, Total COGS, Total Gross Profit, and Total Units. See the DAX Functions, SUMX, ROUND, RELATED and SUM.
15. (27:20) Hide Tables and Fields that are not used in Reports and Visualizations
16. (28:10) Add new Tabs, Sheets, Pages (all synonyms)
17. (28:26) Create Gross Profit Interactive Visualization
18. (33:29) Create Units Analysis Interactive Visualizations.
19. (33:39) Create Hierarchy
20. (36:17) Summary

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Outstanding! Exchange Rates Debut in Excel – 2274

Just four months ago, the views of my podcast asked if Microsoft could add exchange rates in addition to the stock data type. Breaking news: Excel will now provide exchange rates for currency pairs. Type in USDEUR and get the currency conversion from US Dollars to Euro.
This is an awesome improvement from the Data Type team in Redmond.
Title card photo credit: Christine Roy on Unsplash

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E-DAB 08: Excel Data Analysis & BI Basics: Power Pivot: Big Data, Data Modeling, DAX & Dashboard

Download all files to follow along with video and do homework is zipped folder here: https://ift.tt/2UPsrlt
To download individual files, visit class web site here: https://ift.tt/2tW1Ibd
This video is an introduction to Data Modeling in Excel Power Pivot to create reports and Dashboards. Learn how to use Power Query to import SQL Big Data into the Data Model. Learn how to build DAX Formulas. Lean how to create an entire Data Model and then build Data Model PivotTables and Data Model Charts.
This class : Data Analysis & Business Intelligence Made Easy with Excel Power Tools – Excel Data Analysis Basics = E-DAB Class – Sponsored by YouTube and taught by Mike Girvin, Highline College Instructor, Microsoft Excel MVP and founder of the excelisfun channel at YouTube. This is a free educational resource for people how want to learn about the Basics of Data Analysis and Business Intelligence using Microsoft Power Tools such as, PivotTables, Power Query, Power Pivot, Power BI Desktop and more.
Topics:
1. (00:15) Introduction & Over view of entire Big Data & DAX Project.
2. (02:20) Download Files.
3. (02:57) What is a Data Model PivotTable and why Power Pivot is called “Power Pivot”
4. (04:03) Differences Between Standard PivotTable & Data Model PivotTable
5. (06:20) Average Daily Reve Example and why DAX is Easier than Standard PivotTable.
6. (07:33) Choice between: Standard PivotTable & Data Model PivotTable
7. (08:18) What is a SQL Database?
8. (09:06) Import Big Data from SQL Database using Power Query
9. (11:10) Load SQL Tables into Columnar Database in Power Pivot’s Data Model
10. (11:38) How to get into the Data Model. Into to Data Model.
11. (13:00) Create Relationships in Design View
12. (14:17) What is a Date Table? Create Date Table.
13. (18:40) Hide Column From Client Tool
14. (19:30) Overview of DAX Formulas
15. (20:58) DAX Calculated Column for Line Revenue
16. (23:42) Row Context
17. (25:55) DAX Measure to add Calculated Column using SUM
18. (27:07) SUMX DAX Measure to calculate Total Revenue without a Calculated Column.
19. (29:37) Compare and contrast Calculated Column and Measures.
20. (31:18) Create Data Model PivotTable
21. (33:22) Filter Context
22. (35:03) Create More DAX Formulas: Total COGS, Gross Profit and Percent Gross Profit.
23. (37:54) Create Dashboard for Gross Profit.
24. (40:20) Create Running Total and Average Daily Revenue DAX Measures and Final Data Model PivotTable.
25. (43:40) Summary

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How to Unhide Columns and Rows in Excel

In this short video, I cover a few ways to quickly unhide columns in Excel.

There are multiple ways to unhide columns in Excel:
— Using a keyboard shortcut
— Using the format options
— Using the name box and format options
— Using the mouse (by dragging and increasing the width)

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