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PASS Business Analytics Virtual Group October 19 “R visual in Power BI: with pbiviz and ggplot2”

Posted by denglishbi on October 18, 2017

The next PASS Business Analytics Virtual Group meeting will be this week on Thursday, October 19.  We welcome back Leila Etaati who will be showing us how to use R to visualize data in Power BI.PASSBA_Logo

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October 19 – R visual in Power BI: with pbiviz and ggplot2

Session Abstract

The integration of R inside Power BI provides lots of possibilities for doing machine learning and providing more data visualization options. In this session, I will first show how to write R code inside the R visualization area. Then, how to create some visuals that we do not have currently in Power BI visualizations like Slope chart, Facet chart and Column width chart with the help of ggplot2 package. Moreover, there is a possibility to create your own custom visual as pbiviz file by writing R codes and importing it into your Power BI report. I will go through the process of creating a pbiviz file.

Speaker Bio –

Leila is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP, PhD, mentor, speaker, trainer, and consultant. She spoke in some important SQL server conference such as Data insight Summit, SQLNexus, SQL Rally and Microsoft ignite New Zealand, PASS BA, PASS 24 H, and so on. She has over 10 years’ experience working with SQL server. She was involved in many large-scale projects for big sized companies as SQL server and BI consultant. She worked in Industries including banking financial, power and utility, manufacturing .Leila is PhD of Information System department, University of Auckland, New Zealand. She is a lecturer of BI and Machine Learning courses.

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Also, we will be doing a random drawing after the webinar and giving away eight $50 Amazon gift cards to anyone that attends and fills out the survey!

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