Build a Stunning Storytelling Dashboard with Power BI

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How do you tell stories that stick through your dashboards and reports in Microsoft Power BI? This can only be achieved through the combinations of several features - Good storytelling skill, appropriate use of Colors and Themes, Layout and proper use of Buttons, ToolTips, etc. in Power BI.
This session, our guest Paul will demonstrate through a hands-on session what it takes to tell a story with Microsoft Power BI.

About the Speaker:

Paul is a renowned Data Storyteller with deep interest in Social Media Analytics as well as Analytics for social good. He has contributed to open-source knowledge through his stunning visualization on repeated occasion and have mentored lots of people.
At the end of this session, you will be able to tell a story using Microsoft Power BI by analyzing Twitter Data on #NG30DaysOfLearning #30DaysOfLearning



How to Scrape the Data


There are several ways for scraping twitter data, our focus here will be on simple, functional, and easy to use approach.

Check the video here for the guide or click here to download the scaped data from GitHub: Locate the "Twitter Data Web Scrape" folder and you will find both the Jupyter notebook python file and the csv file.

The CSV file is for your immediate use but if you would like to scrape the data yourself, you can use the other file.


Note: You will need to download and install Anaconda on your system or Visual Studio Code and configure it by installing python and other libraries. 


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Watch the Session Here





Time Wasn't Our Friend

From the session momentum, you will see there are still so much to learn. this is why we have them right here.


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