Created by: Bluelime Learning Solutions
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What you’ll learn
- Install SQL Server
- Load sample database into SQL Server
- Install PostgreSQL
- Load sample database into PostgreSQL
- Connect Power BI to SQL Server
- Connect Power BI to PostgreSQL
- Explore SQL Server Database and create visualizations in Power BI
- Explore PostgreSQL Database and create visualizations in Power BI
Basic knowledge of database concepts advised
Data exploration is the initial step in data analysis, where users explore a large data set in an unstructured way to uncover initial patterns, characteristics, and points of interest. This process isn’t meant to reveal every bit of information a dataset holds, but rather to help create a broad picture of important trends and major points to study in greater detail. Data exploration can use a combination of manual methods and automated tools such as data visualizations, charts, and initial reports.
Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA) is the first step in your data analysis process. Here, you make sense of the data you have and then figure out what questions you want to ask and how to frame them, as well as how best to manipulate your available data sources to get the answers you need. You do this by taking a broad look at patterns, trends, outliers, unexpected results and so on in your existing data, using visual and quantitative methods to get a sense of the story this tells. You’re looking for clues that suggest your logical next steps, questions or areas of research.
Data analysis is a process of inspecting, cleansing, transforming, and modelling data with the goal of discovering useful information, informing conclusions, and supporting decision-making.
Data visualization is the present