2 Published Data Stories in #PowerBI Data Stories Gallery
September 2, 2016 Leave a comment
Few others to follow, meantime recently published these . Be sure to check all the gallery, really amazing & inspiring data stories there.
Small companion for anyone participating in the Cortana Machine Learning competition – Women’s Health Risk Assessment
The Power BI file allows for easy data profiling over the supplied training dataset, overall patterns, data quality, missing data, feature selection. Note: you’ll still have to build the models though!
Although the current version of Power BI Publish to web doesn’t allow R visuals, they’re highly recommended (ex: density plots & others), and can easily be added to the data/column profile pages.
So what are you waiting? You can be running your first submission in minutes using the online tutorial. Then it’s up to you.
This sample PowerBI workbook tells the real story of Dr Ignaz Semmelweis. Year is 1846, Dr Semmelweis begins his 3 year work at Vienna Hospital maternity clinic, and is immediately disturbed with the high incidence of puerperal fever (also known as "childbed fever") in Vienna Hospital, causing extremely high maternal mortality between 1823-1850.
Semmelweis was one of the first data “detectives” of our time, using data and statistics to test his hypothesis and theories.
This workbook allows you to explore the data collected by Semmelweis through those years and shows typical exploratory patterns we can use to hint on important information and possible causes from observational time series data.
You can see the video walkthrough here: