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Introducing Microsoft Power BI

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Introducing Microsoft Power BI
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Publisher: Microsoft Press
ISBN-13: 9781509302284
Number of pages: 189

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This free e-book introduces Microsoft Power BI basics through a practical, scenario-based guided tour of the tool, showing you how to build analytical solutions using Power BI. Read the e-book to get an overview of Power BI, or dig deeper and follow along on your PC using the book's examples.

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