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How To videos: Power BI and Python (part I & II)

Python is a great addition to the Power BI family by providing you the ability to perform quick data transformation or plot cool data visualizations. You can even expand your Power BI reports further by bringing in sophisticated machine learning and AI. Our Power BI wizard Nick Faes gives you an introduction in setting up Python in Power BI and how to start creating small multiples.

 

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