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Power BI Central

Your one-stop-site for all things Power BI.

There is nowadays a wealth of information available about Microsoft Power BI. This site aims to give a comprehensive overview of what is available. It is a central hub, connecting you to all Power BI material out there: blogs, courses, books, videos and much more.

Featured Report: Blogs

All 3500+ posts from the greatest Power BI blogs. Updated daily.

Featured Report: Ideas

All feature requests & their status over time. Updated weekly.

Featured Report: Blogs

Browse all posts from the greatest Power BI blogs. Search nearly 4.000 blog posts. Updated daily.

Featured Report: Ideas

Browse all feature requests (ideas) and their status and development over time. Updated weekly.

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Blogs are a great place to find detailed, step by step, descriptions how someone tackled a tricky problem with Power BI. Be sure to check out the Power BI report that shows over 3.500 blogposts on 30+ blogs.

Power BI is user driven. Missing a certain feature? See if it is already logged on the Idea forum of Power BI and vote for it. If it is not already logged, be the first to submit it. The Power BI report on this page gives an overview of all submitted ideas and their status.

Learning Power BI also involves some old fashioned studying. There is a lot to learn, so check out the available courses. The best courses to get started are completely free.

There are several books (some free) on Power BI and a few more on specific components of Power BI. These books are listed here and also shown in a Power BI report with prices, reviews and ratings over time.

There are several very active forums to discuss Power BI but most importantly to get your questions answered. Check them out here.

Videos are another great way to learn more about Power BI. There are several dedicated channels on YouTube and there are some other good sources as well.

When you get past the “click, drag, click and drop phase” you want to write some powerful formulas or actual code. This page outlines some tools and references that help to do just that.

A lot of Power BI users have organized themselves into groups, organizing events and sharing knowledge. Most groups are geographically bound, see the list that is registered with Microsoft.

Whitepapers are indispensable when you need to know how a feature works in all nitty-gritty detail.

Completely new to Power BI or no idea where to start on this site? In that case, start here.

⇩ All Available ⇩ Resources ⇩   

Blogs are a great place to find detailed, step by step, descriptions how someone tackled a tricky problem with Power BI. Be sure to check out the Power BI report that shows over 3.500 blogposts on 30+ blogs.

Power BI is user driven. Missing a certain feature? See if it is already logged on the Idea forum of Power BI and vote for it. If it is not already logged, be the first to submit it. The Power BI report on this page gives an overview of all submitted ideas and their status.

Learning Power BI also involves some old fashioned studying. There is a lot to learn, so check out the available courses. The best courses to get started are completely free.

There are several books (some free) on Power BI and a few more on specific components of Power BI. These books are listed here and also shown in a Power BI report with prices, reviews and ratings over time.

There are several very active forums to discuss Power BI but most importantly to get your questions answered. Check them out here.

Videos are another great way to learn more about Power BI. There are several dedicated channels on YouTube and other there are some other good sources.

When you get past the “click, drag, click and drop phase” you want to write some powerful formulas or actual code. This page outlines some tools and references that help to do just that.

A lot of Power BI users have organized themselves into groups, organizing events and sharing knowledge. Most groups are geographically bound, see the list that is registered with Microsoft.

Whitepapers are indispensable when you need to now how a feature works in all nitty-gritty detail.

Completely new to Power BI or no idea where to start on this site? In that case, start here.

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