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In this course you learn how to design with users in mind. You’ll also learn to use R and Python to create unique visualizations, adding custom chart types that would otherwise not be available in Power BI. You’ll get introduced to some best practices in data visualization and optimize your visualizations to be more accessible to visually impaired individuals. This course also teaches you how to create paginated reports, a prerequisite for the official PL-300 exam!
Design with Users in MindFree
In this chapter you will design a layout using focal points to guide users naturally between visuals. You'll apply your new inclusive skills to a real-world dataset, tracing the changing rate of consumer product inflation.
Designing for Accessibility
This chapter focuses on accessibility and how you can optimize your interactive dashboards for users with disabilities such as color vision deficiency. You'll apply your new inclusive skills to a real-world dataset, tracing the changing rate of consumer product inflation.
Completing the Report
Let’s get ready for production! In the third chapter, you'll learn how to automatically and optimize refresh data.
Let’s get ready for production! In this final chapter, you'll learn when you should (and shouldn’t) create paginated reports.
In the following tracksData Analyst in Power BI
PrerequisitesData Visualization in Power BI
Maarten Van den Broeck
Senior Content Developer at DataCamp
Maarten is an aquatic ecologist and teacher by training and a data scientist by profession. He is also a certified Power BI and Tableau data analyst. After his career as a PhD researcher at KU Leuven, he wished that he had discovered DataCamp sooner. He loves to combine education and data science to develop DataCamp courses. In his spare time, he runs a symphonic orchestra.