An Introduction to Machine Learning in Power BI

 
English Intermediate AI & Machine Learning

Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence (AI) and computer science which focuses on the use of data and algorithms to imitate the way that humans learn, gradually improving its accuracy. Machine learning is an important component of the growing field of data science. Through the use of statistical methods, algorithms are trained to make classifications or predictions, uncovering key insights within data mining projects. In this session we will learn: - What is Machine Learning (ML) - How to use Automated Machine Learning to identify sales leads likely to convert using Power BI Premium and PPU - How to integrate Python with Power BI - How to identify sales leads likely to convert for free within Power BI Desktop

Microsoft Power BI UK User Group

Speaker

Leon Gordon

Microsoft MVP

Leon Gordon is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP based in the UK working as an independent consultant. He has worked with Microsoft Power BI for 5 years and the Microsoft Data Platform for over 9 years. During this time, he has developed end to end big data reporting and analytical systems and optimized numerous existing Power BI reporting solutions. Business Intelligence has been Leon’s foremost focus for the last 9 years. He has applied his skills across a range of global clients in industry sectors such as pharmaceuticals, ecommerce, manufacturing, healthcare, logistics, and the education system. Leon also operates as chair for the Microsoft Power BI – UK community group and the DataDNA data visualization challenge on LinkedIn.

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