World Cup Russia dashboard in Power BI
Friday June 15th from 11:30 till 12:00
Developers, IT management, BI heroes,…
Webinar hosted by:
Philippe Van Rillaer and Dirk Deckers
The road to…
At Kohera, we love Power BI… and football. That’s why we created a fun dashboard in Power Bi about the upcoming World Cup in Russia. In this webinar, we’ll show you the possibilities in Power BI, from visualising all kinds of data to representing different findings and insights from the World Cup. Be sure to join us because we will be having a lot of fun!
Using spatial data in Power BI
In a previous blogpost, we already explained how to use geographical data to calculate, for example, how many kilometers our Red Devils have to travel to play their matches in Russia. During this webinar, we’ll show you how to use Error Handling in case there are inaccuracies in the data.
Importing web pages in Power BI
While working on our World Cup dashboard, we wanted to import data from tables spread out over multiple Wikipedia pages. One example was importing players that are selected for the different qualified teams at the World Cup. We already wrote a blog post on this topic and during the webinar, we’ll show you the possibilities with other real life examples.
Using html tooltips: a live demo
With html tooltips, we can integrate pictures of the different Russian stadiums in our Power BI dashboard, using the spatial software Esri. We’ll give you a live demo on how to make your Power BI reports attractive by using graphics.
World Cup statistics
Which country scored the most own goals in the history of the World Cup football? Who scored the most and which three countries won 65% of all World Cups? Our World Cup dashboard has an answer to all your questions!